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THE MIRROR 



'To hold as 'twere a mirror up to nature — " 

— Hamlet 



1971 

WALTHAM 

SENIOR 

HIGH 

and 

VOCATIONAL 

HIGH 

SCHOOL 








A gentleman. An inspiration. A friend. 
Dedicated. Considerate. Concerned. All 
aptly describe our housemaster. To Mr. B., 
who displayed such pride in our accom- 
plishments, who chided us and encouraged 
us to attain our goals, who dedicated time 
and effort that we might develop into 
better people, we now make our dedica- 
tion. 

We proudly dedicate our 
71 MIRROR to 

Mr. Gerard J. Belliveau 



Dedication 




Honorary Senior 



Mrs. McCauley has been an integral part of our years at 
Waltham High. To any student in need she would offer 
sympathetic ears and a warm smile. Since she has been such 
a significant aspect of life here in high school, we wish to 
thank her and to show our gratitude. 

We hereby name the class of 1971 honorary senior, Mrs. 
Barbara J. McCauley. 





Look out world, here I come! 
winning smile has not changed. 



Mrs. McCauley 's 




SENIOR HOUSE ASSISTANTS 




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In Memoriam 



Edward D. May, Jr., teacher of mathematics, department chairman, director 
of summer school, and, finally, assistant principal, was a man of stern disci- 
pline and firm principle, tempered with understanding and compassion. To 
those who knew him well, Mr. May's incisive wit and quiet chuckle were a 
source of delight. We shall remember him for his keen interest in the develop- 
ing programs at Waltham High School and for his constant loyalty to the 
school and its entire personnel. 




Mr. James S. Fitzgerald 

Superintendent 

The Class of 1971 would like to offer a special word 
of thanks to retiring superintendent of schools, Mr. 
James Fitzgerald. For thirty years he has served ably, 
first as a classroom teacher, and then in various admin- 
istrative posts. Above all, Mr. Fitzgerald should be 
particularly commended for providing the very best in 
education for the youth of Waltham. 



Mr. John J. Daddona 

Assistant Superintendent of Schools 





Mr. James J. Cannon 

Assistant to the Superintendent 



Administration 



Mr. George E. P. Husson, Jr. 

Headmaster 





Mr. Edward D. May, Jr. 
Assistant Headmaster 



Mrs. Josephine Hughes 

Secretary to the Principal 




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Junior House 



Mr. F. Joseph Levey 

Junior Housemaster 




Mrs. Catherine Danforth 

Secretary, Junior House 



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Junior House Assistants 

Michelle Delorey, Jeanne Doherty, Ann Lillis, Kathleen Lally, Rose Marie 
Sullivan, Martha Meade, Gail Cormier, Ann Marie Moran, Ellen Cardarelli, 
Diane Breau. Seated: Mr. Thomas Neylon and Mr. Levey, Housemaster. 



Sophomore 
House 





Mr. Almon W. Morang 

Sophomore Housemaster 



Sophomore House Assistants 

Jancilla Young, Doris Wilson, Judy Krator- 
ville, Karen Matheson. Seated: Mrs. Marion 
Campbell, Secretary of the Sophomore House. 



Guidance Department 




Miss Steele, Miss Giacalone, Mr. Mrugala, Miss Canezza, Miss Grace, Mr. Elliot, Miss Sylvester, 
Mr. Clifford, Miss Nolan, Assistant to the Director, Mr. Alberghini, Director. 



Counseling helps the student to know himself better and thus become increasingly self- 
directed. In working with the individual students there are developmental situations — 
personal, social, educational and vocational, which need exploration and clarification. 
Here the counselor's role is to assist and support so that the student is more able to see 
alternatives, make choices and be accountable for his actions. 





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Mrs. Phyllis Law, Mrs. M. Constance Andrews 
Guidance Clerks 



Making the most of expert guidance, Patricia Roche, Sheila 
Costello, Donna Bergeron, Robert Sabetti, await consultation with 
their counselors. 




Vocational Administration 



Mr. Ernest Viscarello 
Director 




Miss Clara Graceffa 
Senior Clerk and Stenographer 





Mrs. Genevieve M. Lawless 

Clerk and Typist 



Mrs. Josephine Lucchese 
Clerk and Typist 



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VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. First row. Mr. Procop, Mr. Kalishman, Mr. Kapamagian, Mr. 
Viscarello, Director, Mr. Harding, Mr. St. Martin, Mr. Daniels. Second row. Mr. McClosky, Mr. 
Dimitri, Mr. Hertigan, Mr. McCusker, Mr. Hendry, Mr. Faria, Mr. Lando, Mr. Scimemi, Mr. 
Morrell, Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Ray. Third row. Mr. Russell, Mr. Stanley, Mr. DeMaio, Mr. Cook. 




Student Council Officers 

Gerald Arsenault, Michael Gledhill, David Hachey, and Roger LeBlanc 
{seated) . 




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Distributive Education Awards 

Kathleen Young, 1st prize — Display evaluation contest and 
Studies in Marketing-home furnishings industry; Mr. 
Richard O'Neil, Maria Cappadona, 1st prize — Studies m 
Marketing-service industry. Seated: Kenneth Peterson, 1st 
prize — N on-textile manual. Massachusetts DECA Leadership 
Conference 




Auto Body 



Patrick Belliveau, Guy Cormier, Warren Dolan, Edward 
Falone, Neil Fitzgerald, John Foley, James Kaufman, 
Charles Pheeney, John Powers, James Sennett, Lawrence 
Brown, David Cusano, Donald Farnsworth, Walter Glovasky, 
Neil Kouyoumjian, Luciano Velella, Roger Lord, William 
Quirk, Claude Richard, Kevin Toy, William Vallely, Edgar 
Boudreau, John Bowles, Vincent Caissie, Bernard Chiasson, 
Paul David, John Dugas, Dana Jenkins, M. LeBlanc, Law- 
rence Pinkham, Scott Raines, John Robichaud. 



Auto 
Mechanics 



v'ayne Brooks, Michael Cotoni, Daniel 
lurley, Michael Licato, Michael Mc- 
iovern, Peter Mogan, Henry Pilla, 
tephen Ricci, Joseph Blackburn, Glen 
lartier, Lloyd Cormier, Kevin DeVin- 
?nt, Robert Dowdy, Dennis Fenton, 
Robert Ferrazzani, Joseph Kwiatkowski, 
>ennis Lane, Emery Saulnier, Michael 
heriault, James LaRosa, Stephen Mar- 
n, Russell North, William Pilicy, Ran- 
all Pyrro, Donald Weeks, Vincent 
elardi, Michael Bannon, Robert Cheney, 
levin Dinsmore, John Doiron, Anthony 
agone, Robert Gallant, Robert Gould, 
irthur Kennedy, Leo Presseau, Joseph 
lasciovecchio, James Murphy, James 
.icci. 





Carpentry 



John Baillio, Paul Bearisto, David Cavicchi, Michael Con- 
nerny, Robert Desrosiers, Raymond LeBlanc, John Muller, 
Paul Taranto, Carl Carbone, Richard Chandonait, Harold 
Croteau, Richard Delfino, Stephen Dennison, Michael 
Downing, George LeBlanc, Gary Lelievre, Timothy McAvoy, 
George McGeever, George Paquette, Richard Stremeckus, 
Michael Sullivan, Robert Tolan, David Cusano, John Dal- 
laire, Brian Leslie, Stephen Mozie, Thomas Sullivan, 
Harold Jenkins, Gary Paquette, Michael Mazzone, David 
Devlin, William Swyers, Raymond G. LeBlanc. 



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Drafting 




Roger LeBlanc, Joseph Leeber, Arthur McKinnon, Roger Munroe, Kevin Wessell, Ralph Bardsley, 
George Faulkner, Francis Kennedy, David Taranto, Robert Bower, Richard D'Antonio, Paul God- 
frey, George Gyroke, Steven Jennette, Edward Mickel, Richard Sullivan. 




Electronics 



Terrence Arsenault, Jay Bailey, Thomas 
Belliveau, Michael Cannistraro, Richard 
Church, Terrence Hanlon, Robert Hor- 
rigan, Robert LeBlanc, Edward Mathe- 
son, Douglas MacNeil, Warren Mogan, 
Gerard Pelletier, Paul Shaughnessay, 
Robert Abbott, Roger Arsenault, 
Joseph Basterache, Aldo Carretta, Paul 
Berube, Ralph Cutler, Lawrence Fa- 
randa, Richard Owens, Harold Saul- 
nier, Robert Scarborough, Allen 
Sevigny, John Beaton, Michael Bon- 
tempo, Richard Chiasson, John Demeo, 
Peter Dennison, Robert Dizer, Gary 
Hamilton, Edward Mantey, Leslie Pat^ 
terson, Leo O'Neill, John Wyatt,- 
Brian Champagne. 



Distributive 
Education 



Brenda Burns, Maria Cappadona, 
Concetta Cimino, Pauline Collins, 
Donna David, Daniel Delaney, 
Maria Dicarlo, Maria Gemelli, Car- 
mela Mallozzi, Kenneth Peterson, 
David Phillips, Kathy Schopen, 
Mary Simmons, Gail Weeks, Linda 
Wilson, Kathleen Young. 



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Machine Shop 



Gerald Arsenault, Michael Caruso, Francis 
Frechette, Michael Gledhill, David Hachey, 
Roger Maillet, Peter Mandile, Richard Ran- 
dolph, Ivan Robichaud, Romeo Robichaud, 
Roger Stonehouse, Joseph Taranto, Chui Yung, 
Gillis Bernard, John Caramanica, Anthony 
Coco, Thomas Deleskey, Robert Delosa, 
Stephen Harvey, Emery LeBlanc, Euclide 
LeBlanc, Carl Passerello, David Pintabone, 
Ronald Robichaud, Ralph Royle, Wayne An- 
way, Richard Boucher, Michael Bower, Robert 
Butler, Paul, Paul Goguen, Kenneth Krupski, 
Raymond LeBlanc, Robert Ricci, Jose Santana, 
Mark Smith, William Squires, Keith Munroe. 





Printing 



Joseph Manero, Michael Benasky, 
Kenneth Gerber, Arthur Lewis, 
John Long, David MacDonald, 
Paul Valdanbrini, Leonard Babi- 
neau, Kenneth Brown, Robert Cala- 
bufalo, Carl Carlson, Charles 
Goulding, Martin Heitsch, Emery 
LeBlanc, Paul Nedza, James Papia, 
Norman Poirier, Stephen Vezeau, 
Richard Aucoin, Richard Chisholm, 
Guy Cleary, Michael Hansen, 
Joseph Monaco, William Mullins, 
Guy Sylvester, Ronald Vanaria, 
Michael Wilson, Robert Chiacchio. 



Welding 



Graham Clark, Gary Johnston, Paul LaFond, 
Leonce Richard, David DePass, Roger 
Martin, Vincent MacDonald, Edward 
McGann, Stephen Moore, Michael Quinn, 
Arthur Studley, S. Wigglesworth, Frank 
Bumbaca, Romeo Doiron, Robert Maker, 
David Peterson, Oscar Robichaud, Michael 
Ward, Phillip Bourque. 




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The Student Council 




Student Council Officers 

Sheila Castello (Corresponding Secre- 
tary), Ginny Faulstich (Recording 
Secretary), David Poldoian (Boys' Vice- 
President), Paul Parisi (President), 
Dotty Harris (Girls' Vice-President), 
Barbara Strom (Treasurer). 



This Year, the Student Council has changed its structure and redefined its priorities so 
as to be a more cohesive and influential organization. Thirty Ward Representatives be- 
came members in place of the ninety Homeroom Representatives. The smaller Student 
Council facilitated direct communications between the Council and the student body. 
The Council also became more independent by the acquisition of a private office. 
Strengthened by these changes, the Student Council broadened its goals in an attempt to 
truly represent the interests of the students. For the first time, the Student Council be- 
came involved with city politics as it attempted to insure the safety of all students by 
opening the secondary access road. The Council was successful in opening the cafeteria 
before school and in getting late buses for the high school. The Student Council and 
the Jaycees co-sponsored a "Walk for Mankind" which raised funds to benefit needy 
people in this country and abroad. The Council also worked for a modified Open Campus 
program. The achievements of this Student Council should form a strong base for con- 
tinuing progress. 




Honor 
Society 



First row. Paul Parisi (President) Chris- 
tine Paige (Vice-President). Second row. 
Judy Crosby, Margaret Christopher, Ruth 
Corrigan, Angela Lambros, Elaine Hartman, 
Virginia Faulstich, Margo Antonucci, Paul 
Cane. Third row: Regina Pacini, Joan 
Seidman, Paula Goldman, Jeannette Mc- 
Carthy, Susan Gagnon, Deborah London, 
Patricia Muldoon, Susan Karr, Stanley 
Dinoff. Fourth row. Carol Magazu, Terry 
Eagan, Benjamin Wright, James Scanlon, 
Steven O'Kane, Rita Hardiman, Keith Trott, 
Peter Miele, John Robichaud, Merrill Griff. 
Missing: Pam Cardarelli, (Treasurer) , Pam 
Gaudet, (Secretary) , Joan Defino, Richard 
Chebookjian. 




Mrs. Eleanora McGann R.N., Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick R.N. 

Health Department 



We would like to thank Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Mrs. McGann and Mrs. Lupien for their 
medical assistance. They also willingly counseled and encouraged many students inter- 
ested in careers in the field of medicine. 




F.N.A. 
First row: Florence Heisner, Cindy MacKinnon, Diane LeBlanc, Diane Dubie, Pat Delaney, 
Debbie Dunham, Judy Johnson, June Whitney, Paula Boudreau. Second row: Sue McGann, Rose 
Linihan, Audette Elfar, Debbie Cincotta, Donna Pilla, Donna Dubie, Betty McDonald,' Jean 
Rigoh, Connie Lewis. Third row: Patty Kane, Phyllis Girolamo, Sylvia Doucet, Cathy LeBlanc, 
Marium Capentino, Diane Breau, Pam Belle, Jo-Ann Cannistraro. Dawn Smith, Robin Sullivan! 
Jean Twomey. Missing : Pattie Caisey 



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Walt 'ham Public Schools 




ART DEPARTMENT. Mr. 
Constance Segouras, Mr. Peter 
Nyren, Mr. Paul Shea (Direc- 
tor), Mrs. Julie Ann Blan- 
chard. 



Art 
Department 



The goal of the art department is to broaden the student's 
understanding and appreciation of his environment by 
making it possible for him to see more. To achieve this 
goal, the art department presents a broad and varied offer- 
ing to any student including history of art, drawing and 
painting, graphics, ceramic sculpture, and advanced art. 
Advanced art is offered in particular to the student who 
plans to make art or a related field his career. Allowing 
students to work at their own level in a relaxing atmosphere 
with excellent facilities and fewer pressures has resulted 
in an increased enrollment in this area. 




Advanced Art Class 







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Sandra Chiacchio and Beverly Frazer glazing. 




Ronnie Bennett working on the potter's wheel. 




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Rose Attardo working on the slab block. 




Working on the slab block. 




Advice and help from Mr. Segouras to ceramics students. 



Globe Art Festival winners Eric Nyren, Bernice Depuis, 
Nancy Carty, Kathy Palumbo, Michael Stanton and 
Brian Jones with papier mache creation Veronica Varvel. 



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Drama 
Department 



The drama department has given students 
an opportunity to succeed in an area 
where the traditional academic skills are 
not needed for achievement. Drama is not 
solely an art form; many of the skills en- 
tailed in acting can be used in other dis- 
ciplines also. The increased enrollment 
in this area has demonstrated a need for 
specialized courses which are now being 
offered. This very young department hopes 
to continue to improve on the already 
fine facilities as well as to satisfy the stu- 
dents' demands for more productions both 
in the classes and on an extracurricular 
basis. The future offers distinct possibili- 
ties that many former graduates will re- 
turn to work in this most enriching field. 



DRAMA DEPARTMENT. There's no business like show business! Mr. Robert Eagle 
(Director) , Mrs. Karen DeMauro 




Drama Club 

President, Lois Conrad; Vice-President, Walter Bibikow; Secretary, Lee Rooney; 
Treasurer, Ann Boucher 



Speech Festival Winners 
Pat Vanaria, Katie Doherty, Regina Pacini, Fred 
Ferson, Allen Jacobs, Charles Smelledge. Missing: 
Lois Conrad, Joanne Forkin, Pam Gaudet 



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"Miracle Worker 



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"You Devil!' 



One of the first productions of 
this school year was "The 
Miracle Worker" by William 
Gibson, depicting Helen Kel- 
ler's life. Directed by Mrs. 
Karen DeMauro, the cast gave 
a very moving and sensitive 
performance which brought to 
light much unsuspected talent 
among the juniors and sopho- 
mores. Particularly exceptional 
were the convincing perform- 
ances turned in by Lois Con- 
rad and Martha Meade in the 
starring roles. For these rea- 
sons, "The Miracle Worker" 
was entered in competition 
for the Moss Hart Memorial 
Trophy. 




"She's testing you!" 

Walter Bibikow (Captain Keller), David Duddy (James Keller), Regina 
Pacini (Aunt Ev) , Pam Gaudet (Kate Keller), Martha Meade (Helen 
Keller), Lois Conrad (Ann Sullivan) 




'Waa-waah!" 



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Set designer Brian Jones talks over work schedules with stage 
manager Steven Rourke and assistant stage manager Lyn 
Gorden. 




Dancers Jan Procyk, Ginny Peros, Daphne Lowell, Bob 
Chadwick, Gilda Papia, Tom Devane, Karen Remal, Bill 
Clark, Donna Testa, Wayne Gullotti, Joanne Peros and 
Philip Hammond set up ah interesting formation. 



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Oklahoma" 



Due to its immense popularity, the Reagle 
Players returned Rodgers and Hammerstein's 
"Oklahoma" to the WHS stage in January. 
Many members of this year's class participated 
as dancers and singers while Pam Gaudet 
starred as the lovable Ado Annie. Once again, 
this versatile group thrilled the audience with 
their superb performance. 





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Kevin Scannell and John Vecchione locked in an intense struggle. 




"I'm sorry! I'm dead I said to several people." 








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Interview" 



The Human Communications Machine. 



"Interview" written by Jean Claude Van Itallie and directed by Mrs. 
<£aren DeMauro was this year's entry in the regional drama festival. This 
fery difficult show dealt with a lack of communication between people, 
rhough WHS did not place for the state finals, the cast did a commend- 
able job as five people were elected to the All Star Regional Cast. They 
vere Kathy Loughlin, Martha Meade, Pat Vanaria, David Duddy, and 
Ulen Jacob,. 




An Unsuccessful Operation 

Paul Richard, Kathy Loughlin, Pat Vanaria, Alan Stohl, 
Martha Meade, David Duddy, Lois Conrad. 



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Glenn Priest playing his prize-winning selection. 




Denise Cedrone in a split from her acrobatic dance. 





Larry Devlin performing his ingenious mime. 



1971 Talent Show 



This year's Talent Show was presented in a new format which 
proved quite popular. Under the guidance of Mr. Robert J. Eagle, 
students planned and rehearsed a wide variety of acts to compete 
for cash prizes. The 1971 Talent Show displayed some of the 
finest talents of WHS to a most appreciative audience. 




Pam Gardiner performing a flupe solo. 




Pam Keyes singing "Waitin' 
For My Dearie". 



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Mary Rose Richard's presentation of "Thoroughly 
Modern Millie". 




John Arnold and Jim Auld as Masters of 
Ceremonies delighr the audience with their 
antics. 





Jazz Group 




Lisa Taillacq playing her original composition "Untamed Love", accom- 
panied by Tim Leahy. 



Alison Holman's hilari- 
ous monologue. 




Brian Jones, creator and 
star of the musical extrava- 
ganza "Night Life". 




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New York director, Ella Gerber, 
demonstrates an emotional mem- 
ory with the assistance of actor 
Bob Clement for eager partici- 
pants in the Arts VI drama pro- 
gram which ran for five weeks at 
WHS. 




Fine points of dramatic acting are discussed by Brian 
Jones, Miss Gerber, and James Auld. 



Title III /Arts VI 



Title III/ Arts VI is a federally funded program which brings 
various aspects of culture into area public schools. Many students 
had an opportunity to participate in the drama workshop given 
by famed New York Director, Ella Gerber. She brought her own 
group of actors who performed scenes while she presented many 
of the actual techniques used in the theatre. Ella Gerber suc- 
ceeded most of all in communicating her very deep love for 
theatre to all her students. 




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Interested participants in the Arts VI drama program listen attentively 
to a demonstration by Miss Gerber. 




The entire cast of "Anything Goes" belting out 
"Blow, Gabriel, Blow!" 



"Anything Goes" 

The spring production of the drama department was 
Cole Porter's 1934 musical comedy hit "Anything Goes". 
The play relates the zany adventures of passengers on 
the transatlantic cruise of the SS American, and displayed 
the multi-faceted talents of WHS students. 




Lead, ram oauaet, surrounded by dancers, Karen Kemal, Tim bmith, 
Larry Devlin, Brad Childs, Tom Saulnier, and Wayne Gullotti. 



Principals of "Anything Goes" — 
First row. Jim Auld (Moonface), 
Richard Ballo, and Mike Mandile 
(Chinese men), Charles Smel- 
ledge (Mr. Elijah Whitney). 
Second row. Donna Testa (Bon- 
nie), Kevin Mulvaney (Purser), 
Tom LeFort (Billy Crocker), 
Steve Gaudet (Steward), Pam 
Cardarelli (Hope Harcourt), 
Allen Jacobs (Sir Evelyn Oak- 
ley), Pam Gaudet (Reno 
Sweeney), Jeff Lord (Captain), 
and Debbie London (Mrs. Har- 
court). 




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Music Department 



The general objective of the music department is 
the pursuit of excellence in music education. This 
can be realized through their "flexible staffing." 
Many elementary music teachers have come to the 
high school as well to work in their areas of 
strength. Hardly any of the music staff is confined 
to one building. The department possesses several 
high quality instruments: a stereo set, an organ 
and a piano. A large number of students from 
Waltham go on to major in this area and many 
boys train for the service bands. A great deal of 
progress has been made in the music department 
the past four years through the cooperation from 
administrative offices. 




MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Mr. Peter J. Kennedy, Mr. Joseph D. LoPresti, Head of 
the Department, Mr. Thomas Ferrante 




The W.H.S. Chorale: under the direction of Mr. Peter J. Kennedy 



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The W. H. S. Chorus 







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The W. H. S. Crimson Band 





Crimsonettes 

First row. Diane Talanian, Lucy Centola, Karen Aborn, Laurie Kennen, Chris Howard. Second 
row. Andrea Lydon, Pam Gaudet, Paula McCue, Barbara Hinckley, Leslie Conners, Julie Brennen, 
Laurel Doucette. Third row. Marian Cloherty, Paula Milinazzo, Donna Testa, Captain, Karen 
Omobono, Robin Wilkins, Denise Cote, Paula Angelo. Fourth row. Kathy Butcher, Ginny Tocci, 
Denise Wilkins, Janice Princiotta, Barbara Strom, Joni Tibbetts, Norma McMenemen. 




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Glenn Priest, Peter Lancto- Accompanists. Glenn Priest 
is particularly deserving of recognition for his outstand- 
ing work as Mr. Kennedy's accompanist the past six 
years. We offer him our gratitude and wish him much 
success for the future. 



Dedication of Auditorium to Mr. Verner F. Robinson 





Mr. LoPresti conducting the Waltham High School Band. 



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Washington ....WHS. Band 




Mr. LoPresti and Mr. Ferrante pose with 
students on the steps of the nation's Capitol. 



Montreal 
W.H.S. Chorale 



Mr. Kennedy leads students and chaperones 
on a Happiness Tour to the land of our 
northern neighbors. 









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FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT: First row: Mrs. Tamara Havens, Miss Helen Andreas- 
sian, Mrs. Eleanor Pacitti, Mr. Stephen Triantafel: Director of Foreign Languages, Miss Virginia 
Betts: Head of the Department, Mrs. Delia Cheng, Miss Therese Aucoin, Miss Madeline Quinn. 
Second row: Mr. Marcel Karian, Mr. Larry Yarkin, Mr. Mario Magno, Miss Elizabeth Fryer, 
Mrs. Carol Hepting, Mrs. Ottilia Calhoun, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mr. Donald Thibault: Director 
of the Language Laboratory, Mr. John Schumann, Mr. Beniamino Pizzi. Missing: Mrs. Basiliola 
Connolly. 

Foreign Language Department 



The Foreign Language Department aims to de- 
velop the four basic skills of the six different 
languages offered, and to help each student 
gain some understanding of the corresponding 
foreign culture. The department is very for- 
tunate to have the first language laboratory in 
the country to incorporate recording cassettes 
remotely located from the student booth posi- 
tion. English as a foreign language is offered 
in grades seven through twelve. In the future, 
the department wishes to make more extensive 
use of audio-visual equipment and to extend 
its Russian program to more students. 




Language Lab assistants Keith Sawin, and John Schrimpf. 



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SPANISH CLUB. First row: Regina Pacitti, Maureen Donlan, Vice-President Jan Reilly, President 
Loretta Samson, Mrs. Maguire, Secretary Susan Aucoin, Peggy Ouellette, Treasurer Nancy 
Ouellette. Secotid row: Judy Moran, Peggy Christopher, Lynn Walsh, Rosa LaSalle, Kathy Pidgeon, 
Joan Calllahan, Carmen LaSalle, AnnMarie Moran, Liz Hughes, Marie Dcminijanni, Carol Mer- 
ritts, Janet Blustein. Third row: Bruce Lawler, Dana Forgione, Richard Ballo. 





FRENCH CLUB. First row: Carol Palmiotto, Martha Meade, Treasurer Maureen Nardone, Secre- 
tary Pat Vanaria, Tina Pandolh, Bruna Aismondo, President Diane Felix, Gilda Papia, Gail Hentzi, 
Susan Aucoin. Second row: Patricia Children, Barbara Roche, Terry Calarese, Joan Riley, Maureen 
Donlan, Eileen Comeau, — , Nancy Rea, Nancy Sampson, AnnMarie Moran, Florence Darrah, 
Cindy Palmiotto, Karen Arenburg, Mr. Karian. Third row: Vice-President David Duddy, David 
Doucette, Tim Powers, Carmen Patuto, Mike Malone, Brian Jones. 



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German Club with moderators Mr. Yarkin and 
Miss Fryer. 



Mrs. Havens elicits a response in Rus- 
sian from Linda Gillen. 





RUSSIAN CLUB. First row: Joyce LaRoche, Karyn Airman, Cynthia Smith, Ann Schkuta, Joanne 
McCarthy, Gayle Blackman, Nanette Belliveau, Susan Hines, Linda Gillen. Second row. Steve 
Scott, Matthew Muir, Judy McGovern, Jennifer Chase, Jane MacNamara, Joseph Campbell, Mrs. 
Havens, Steve Wilbur, Steve Kaloyanides, Walter Bibikow, Joseph Graziosi, Fred Childs. 



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ITALIAN CLUB. First row: Lisa DeMeo, Mary Vanaria, Debbie Ranno, Karen Ranno, Gilda Car- 
dillo, Luana Berardinucci, Maria Stella. Second row: Debbie Newis, Lisa Taillacq, Vice-President 
Ralph Gueli, President Carol Magazu, Mr. Pizzi, Treasurer Linda Kibort, William Nett. Third 
row: Donna Randolph, Cindy Palmiotto, Tina Pandolfi, Bruna Aismondo, Diane Gaudet, Lorna 
Lorette, Gayle Cerqua, Claire Cottone, Cathy Juliano, Mary Amellia, Diane LeBlanc, Nancy Gel- 
fuso. Fourth row: Guy Novello, Peter Mancuso, Paul Mancuso, Franco Alonge, Peter Miele, Keith 
Trott, Joe Ryan, David Jackson. 





LATIN CLUB. First row. John Leard, Glenn Harris, Vice-President Joan Callahan, President Pat 
Muldoon, Secretary Janet Towne, Treasurer Gerry McGovern, Beth Crane, Nancy Murray. Second 
row: Loretta Samson, Kathy Pidgeon, Regina Pacitti, Judy Crosby, Elizabeth Allen, Nancy Samp- 
son, — , Peggy Kane, Stephen Celluci. Third row: John Zaia, JoAnn Olson, Florence Darrah, 
Terry Calarese, Eddie Green, Janet Blustein, Dave Johnson, Mark Keyes, Steve Arena. Fourth row: 
Joyce Kilday, Cindy Palmiotto, — , Kim Day, Liz Hughes, Chris McHugh, Nancy Rea, Margaret 
Cronin, Lois Conrad, Tom Saulnier. Fifth row: Larry Sorenson, Cheryl Wrynn, Ginny Wright, 
Steve Archdeacon, Carolyn Veno, — , — , — , Lee Rooney, Margie Pearlman. Sixth row: Don 
Mills, Marvin Griff, Linda Pelletier, Kathy Walsh, Mike Petricone, Merrill Griff. 



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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. First row: Mrs. L. Shirlev, Miss B. Ward, Mrs. I. Jacobson, Miss S. 
Rypkema, Miss B. Krysiak, Miss K. Devane, Miss J. McCourt, Mrs. D. Apelian, Mrs. S. Morrison. 
Second row. Mr. J. Travalini, Mr. M. Rose, Mr. J. Dorsey, Mrs. A. Haley, Mrs. A. Kefalas, Mrs. 
M. MacClary, Miss B. Chabot, Miss M. Huck, Mrs. A. Czarnowski, Miss K. Holland, Mr. K. 
Gallagan, Mr. R. Collins, Mr. A. Healey. Missing: Mr. D. Prohovich, Mr. F. Morelli. 



English 
Department 



Entering the seventies with a new 
chairman, Miss Krysiak, the English 
Department is using the established 
methods as a foundation to construct 
a relevant, more realistic curriculum. 
This plan which eventually may in- 
clude the replacement of yearly courses 
by quarterly courses, the institution of 
an independent study program and 
the formulation of a close working re- 
lationship with other departments is 
now in the planning stage. This past 
year has seen the inclusion of many 
new titles on the reading list, books 
the students may identify with and 
enjoy. This is only the first of many 
steps designed to encourage widening 
perspectives and independent thinking. 




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CRIMSON CRIER. First row. Brian Jones, Rita Hardiman, Editor Carlene Murphy, Nancy Carty. 
Second row. Paul Cane, Joe Appruzzese, Ginnie Faulstich, Joan Tibbetts, Martha Meade, Editor 
Steve O'Kane, Debbie London, Gary Ware, Tony Attardo, Mr. Schubert. 




Mrs. Czarnowski's English Class 




F.T.A. First row. Betsy Clark, (Secretary), Chris Lombardo, Joyce Donahue, Carol Magazu, Judy 
Murray, — , Jane Marston, Debbie Mula. Second row. Diane Felix, Linda Gillen, Linda Kibort, 
Joyce Crane, Maura Tushin, Ginny Tocci, Nancy Carty ( Vice President), Lorna Keith, Pam 
Keyes (President) , Regina Pacini (Treasurer) . Third row. Debbie Wyborella, Susan Brophy, Pam 
Gaudet, Gail Mara, — , Dottie Vincuillo, — , — . 



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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT. First row: Miss Susan Cairnes, Mrs. Susan Witwer, Mr. 
Saul Rich, Head of the Department, Mrs. Esther Carney, Mrs. Mary Kellerman. Second row: Mr. 
Marvin Owen, Mr. Theodore Jacobs, Mr. Thomas Neylon, Mr. Edward Burke, Mr. Gerald Rauch, 
Mr. Richard Sullivan, Mr. Harold Walker. Missing: Miss Nancy Kunkle. 



Social Studies Department 



As a result of the increased 
enrollment in history and 
social science classes, the social 
studies department is offering 
a wider variety of courses with 
more intense specialization. The 
department believes that better 
citizens can understand them- 
selves better and make more 
intelligent decisions in today's 
world. This philosophy has 
given students the opportunity 
to be not only observers in 
man's history, but active par- 
ticipants as well. 




G.A.P. First row: Linda Ruggerio, Christine Paige, Debby London, Ginny Faulstich. Second row: 
Arlene Purchase, Peggy Valanzaro, Ruth Corrigan, Evie Chiasson, Denise Cormier, Angie Lam- 
bros. 



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F.O.R.U.M. First row. Cookie Michelson, Judy Crosby, Arlene Purchase, Debbie London, Linda 
Ruggiero, Beth Crane. Second row: Lois Conrad, Terry Calarese, Ellen Cardarelli, David Wilson, 
Richard Ballo, Dana Lashway {President), David Doucette {Treasurer) , Mark Phillips, David 
Duddy. Third row: Chris Paige, Peggy Reed, Regina Pacitti. Fourth row: Margaret Cronin, Rita 
Hardiman, Carol Palmiotto. Fifth row. Peter Miele, John Robichaud, Paul Richard, Ann Schkuta, 
Ginny Faulstich, Paul Cane, Pat Muldoon, Joe Graziosi, Kathy O'Rielly {Secretary) , Mark Bur- 
stein. 




DEBATE CLUB. First row: Cookie Michelson, Lois Conrad, Mrs. Joan McCourt, Paul Cane, 
Nancy Rea. Second row. Brian Jones, Margaret Cronin, Dana Lashway, David Wilson, Carol 
Olbrys, Mark Burstein. 



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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT. First rou : Mrs. Beatrice Feldman. Mr. Terrence Sweeney, Mr. 
Thomas Lynch, Mr. George Viens, Miss Elaine Hayes. Second ran-: Mr. James McDonnell, Mr. 
Anthony Vallely, Mr. William Young, Mr. William Harrington, Mr. John Sheehan, Miss Eliza- 
beth Bowen, Mr. Leon Meader, Mr. Thomas Leverone, Mr. Louis LeBlanc, Mr. Thomas Foley. 
Missing: Mr. John Ambrose, Mr. John Regan. 



Mathematics Department 



Laying the foundation for the most 
advanced study in mathematics, the 
department urges students to elect 
three years of sequential courses. 
The wide spectrum of offerings en- 
ables the students to explore their 
area of special interest as they plan 
a career in this complex field. 




Miss Bowen demonstrating some of the finer points of higher mathematics. 



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Miss Bowen using the overhead projector to put across a lesson. 




"Our fearless leader!' 




Mr. Vallely's calculus class. 



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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT. First row: Mrs. Sonya McKni.eht, Mrs. Julia Kerr, Mr. Aklen Eamcs, 
Miss Barbara Macko, Miss Patricia Gladysz. Second row: Mr. Paul Thorp, Mr. Raymond Yetten, 
Mr. Richard McKnight, Mrs. Geraldine Palmer, Dr. Rosa Kubin, Mr. Philip Laird, Mr. Gerald 
Nelson, Mr. Stephen Grant. Missing: Miss Mary Overman, Miss Evelyn Coppell, Mrs. Carol 
Graceffa, Mr. Joseph Wiellette, Miss Barbara Hopps. 



Science Department 



The ever widening field of science 
holds a certain fascination for WHS 
students. Particularly popular is the 
ungraded chemistry course in which 
students work independently. Science 
students are also fortunate to have the 
use of a modern planetarium. The 
science department is definitely doing 
its utmost to keep pace with today's 
growing technology. 




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Kevin Joliat performing an experiment. 



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Mr. Nelson demonstrating some concepts to his physics class. 







Dr. Kubin assisting Carol Palmiotto and Christine McHugh with an experiment. 



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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. First row: Mrs. Katherine Murphy, Miss Eleanor Tahancy, Mrs. 
Marguerite Marr, Mrs. Marie Morris, Mrs. Constance Dorin, Miss Colette Giroux. Second row: Mr. 
Thomas Cappucci, Mr. Joseph Hall, Miss Marion McQuarrie, Miss Mary Mooney, Mr. Albert 
Flight: Head of the Department, Miss Margaret Snow, Miss Cecelia Misseri, Mr. Bernard Collins, 
Mr. David Opie, Mr. David Emerson. Missing: Mr. Peter Baldassari, Miss Margaret Hogarty, and 
Miss Clare Plumridge. 

Business Department 



The business department is currently employing 
the new approach of "open curriculum" with 
great success. They now permit and even 
strongly recommend that the college bound 
student enroll in any one or more of the business 
courses. One third of the school population is 
presently pursuing business subjects under 
"open curriculum". The past year saw the in- 
stallation of electronic calculators which are 
still a rarity in even the more modern offices. 
The business department aims to prepare the 
student fully for the business world by keeping 
one step ahead of this field of ever widening 
opportunities. 




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Claire Cottone perfecting her typing skill. 




Miss McQuarrie's business machines class. 




Mr. Baldassari demonstrating the wonders of the IBM system. 




Mr. Baldassari speaking with some data processing students. 



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Mr. Edward F. Dollard: Co-ordinator of the Work- 
Experience and Shop-Study Program 



Industrial Arts 

and 

Work-Study 

Departments 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT. Seated: Mr. Roy A. Talanian, Mr. 
John H. Holihan, Mr. Donald F. Drew. Standing: Mr. Henry Larosee, Mr. 
Raymond L. Patriacca 




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Mr. Dollard's work-study class 




Donald Myshrall 



James Mercurio 






Paul Fuoco 



Brian Schultz 



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HOME ECONOMICS. Miss Amy Vonarx, Mrs. June Maclure, Miss 
Gracey Magrath, Mrs. Janice Dunlap, and Mrs. Mary Johnson {Head) 
(seated) . 



Home Economics 



The main goal of the home economics department is to provide girls with 
the basic skills of an able homemaker in order that they might devote more 
time to understanding their families. The current year has seen greater im- 
plementation of audio-visual materials and outside speakers as well as an 
increasing enrollment in the boys chefs' classes. Future plans include more 
half-year, laboratory, and family living courses in addition to continued 
emphasis on consumer training. The home economics department has served 
not only the immediate school but the community as well by assisting with 
purchasing and hosting social events. The students are to be particularly 
commended for providing a large number of the costumes needed in the 
many drama productions. 



Donna Bardie 




"Another Blumenreich Special' 



Mrs. Maclure explains a 
pattern layout. 



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Neil Cormier, Al Fanara, Martin Cormier, Steve 
Morin of "Chico's Cafe." 




John Boudreau cutting Baked Alaska. 





"Mike's Creation." 




Robert Provencher, Mike Curtin, Bruce Whitmore, 
Wayne Penney, and Lou Annunciata of "This Place." 




Sue Smith, Nancy Short, Vanessa Hodge. 



Mrs. Dunlap, Pat Demeo. 



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Library Media Center 



LIBRARIANS. Standing: Mrs. Lotte Blustein, Mrs. Frances 
Flynn. Seated: Mrs. Esther Wiley. Missing: Mrs. Eleanor 
Kilgore, Mrs. Mildred Nelson. 



The primary aim of the library media center is to encourage indi- 
vidual reading and research. The librarians stress the importance of 
leisure reading as well as serious research. The library media center was 
instituted to serve both students and teachers working in conjunction 
with the curriculum. Two periods of orientation during sophomore 
year acquaint each student with the center and its general procedures. 
Non-print materials such as filmstrips, tapes, recordings, slides, and 
microfilms are available for use in the carrels. The media center has a 
wide range of reading materials: 13,000 books, 85 magazines, 10 for- 
eign magazines and 10 newspapers. 



Bill Bowen speaking with library assistants, 
Enith Roe and Diane Ryan. 





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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS. First row. Marjorie Pearlman, Judy Johnson, Muire Flynn, Linda Gar- 
gone, Kathleen Lally, Enith Rce, Ann Dengenhardt, Sheree Restivo, Cindy Mucci, Ann Martin, 
Debbie Newis. Second row: Carol Brunaccini, Debbie Dunham, Nancy Cobb, Heidi Gallo, Jennifer 
Poretta, Ann Lillis, Mary Jo Arena, Diane Ryan, Thelma LeBlanc, Kathy Fox, Edward Ballo, 
William Bowen. 




Several students using the card catalogue in the library. 




Using audio visual equipment in the study carrels. 




Reading 
Department 



Reading class with teachers Mrs. Stone and Mr. Tyner. 



The reading department's primary objective 
is to assist students in developing the essen- 
tial reading skills by implementing special 
exercises and SRA equipment. The depart- 
ment was particularly designed to aid those 
students deficient in their reading ability. 
Mrs. Stone and Mr. Tyner have helped many 
students with the aid of a new machine, the 
shadowscope, to increase their reading speed 
and comprehension. A large number of 
students have significantly increased their 
college board examination scores from read- 
ing courses. 



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Audio Visual 
Department 



AUDIO VISUAL STAFF. Mr. Robert Schubert, Mr. 
Ralph Nelson, and Mr. Felix Giardina. 



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Audio Visual Student Aides 

First row: Bob Gibbons, Mike Arnold, Tony Pilla, Bruce Lawler, Mr. Robert Schubert, Mike 
Ward, Peter Cochrane, Jay Kleiner, Joe Bergantino, Mike Curtis. Second row. John Leger, Hraj 
Nukojikian, Richard Logan, Mike Sullivan, Tom Muldoon, Tina Bassakides, Ted Consoli, Joe 
Appruzzese. Third row: Edward Kopelis, Paul Leonard, Edward Kokidko, Gary Ware, Bill Lawler, 
Joe Gandiosi, James Pederson, Mike Douglas, Bob Sabetti, Tom Sneider, Bill Wanberg, Nicky 
Leeber. 



David White, Nick Leeber, John Leger, 
Joe Gandiosi and Mike Arnold keeping 
audio visual equipment in top condition. 



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GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION STAFF. Mrs. Isabel Allan, Miss 
Claire Nolan (Director) , Miss Helen Castros, Miss Kathryn Kouray. 




Marilyn Gettings doing a cart- 
wheel off the balance beam. 



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Carol Brunnacini on the uneven parallel bars. 




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A graceful scale on the beam. 



Lynette Chatto on the uneven paral- 
lel bars. 




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Physical 

Education 

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Free exercise. 



Meredith Dahl performing a split on the 
balance beam. 






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Performing headstands in a straddle. 



Betty Doyle performing a scale on the balance 
beam. 








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Carole Merrits and Carol Brunnacini on the uneven 
parallel bars. 




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Carol Brunnacini straddle-vaulting the horse. 











Margie Ohnemus side-vaulting the horse. 



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Low bar — Carol Brunnacini, Margie Ohnemus, 
Nancy Rhea. High bar— Meredith Dahl, Peggy 
Reed. 



You can do it! 





Title III - Arts VI 

A large group of girls and several boys, including the football squad, had the chance 
to work with several top names in the field of dance. They learned not only the jargon 
common to dancers but became quite proficient at pirouettes and other basic steps. Even 
more of the student body was able to observe at the demonstrations put on by these ex- 
pert dancers. Here Erin Martin, a member of the American Ballet Theatre, facing the 
class, conducts a series of warm-up exercises with her modern dance group. 



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CUSTODIAL STAFF. Front row: Mr. Jerome Rizzo, Mr. Joseph Clasby, Mr. Raymond LaRosee, 
Mr. John Murphy, Mr. William Kinnucane, Mr. Charles Hopkins, Mr. Arnold Storlazzi. Back 
row: Mr. Frank Strazzullo, Mr. Michael Devlin, Mr. Daniel Pratt, Mr. George Lyons, Mr. Albert 
LcBlanc, Mr. Arthur McGurrin, Mr. Charles Jacobs 



Service Staff 



A school of this size certainly could not func- 
tion without the efficient organization provided 
by the service staff. Mr. Peter Caliandro's cafe- 
teria staff has served nutritious, yet reasonably- 
priced meals, while the custodial staff, under 
the direction of Mr. John Murphy, has enabled 
us to pursue our studies in a comfortable set- 
ting. Our sincere thanks to all these deserving 
people. 



SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS. Always smilingly 
helpful, Mrs. Phyllis McDonald, Mrs. Rita Persuitte. 




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THE CIRCLE GAME 
by Joni Mitchell 

Yesterday a child came out to wonder 

Caught a dragonfly inside a jar 

Fearful when the sky was full of thunder 

And tearful at the falling of a star. 

Then the child moved ten times round the seasons 

Skated over ten clear frozen streams 

Words like, when you're older, must appease him 

And promises of someday make his dreams. 

And the seasons, they go round and round 

And the painted ponies go up and down 

We're captive on the carousel of time. 

We can't return, we can only look behind 

From where we came 

And go round and round and round 

In the circle game. 

Sixteen springs and sixteen summers gone now 
Cartwheels turn to cartwheels thru the town 
And they tell him, take your time, it won't be long now 
Till you drag your feet to slow the circles down. 

And the seasons, they go round and round 

And the painted ponies go up and down 

We're captive on the carousel of time. 

We can't return, we can only look behind 

From where we came 

And go round and round and round 

In the circle game. 
So the years spin by and now the boy is twenty 
Though his dreams have lost some grandeur coming true 
There'll be new dreams, maybe better dreams and plenty 
Before the last revolving year is through. 

And the seasons, they go round and round 

And the painted ponies go up and down 

We're captive on the carousel of time. 

We can't return, we can only look behind 

From where we came 

And go round and round and round 

In the circle game. 



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In Memoriam 




Susan Palmer 



From YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN 
Something has spoken in the night . . . 
And told me I shall die, I know not where. 
Saying: 
"To lose the earth you know, for greater 

knowing; 
To lose the life you have for greater life; 
To leave the friends you loved, for greater 

loving; 
To find a land more kind than home, more large 

than earth — 
Whereon the pillars of this earth are 

founded, 
Toward which the conscience of the world is 

tending — 
A wind is rising, and the rivers flow." 

Thomas Wolfe 



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Audrey Abbott 

202 Charles Street 
Business 




Gregory R. Adams 

201 Temple Road 

College 

"If you smile at me, I will under- 
stand because that is something 
everyone everywhere dees in the 
same way." 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming Team 2, 
3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior 
Revue 



Leslie Abbott 

188 Charles Street 
College 

Leslie, who hopes to become a 
commercial artist or folk singer, 
can be heard around the school 
crying "Gee Whiz!" and "Power 
to the People." 




Linda M. Aliseo 

83 Hammond Street 
Business 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliveau's Office 
3, 4, Nurse's Office 3 





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Karen Aborn 

42 Mountain Road 

College 

Karen's bright eyes could always 
be seen sparkling when in Mr. 
Walker's classes or with Joyce, 
Diana. Chris, and Linda. 
ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2, 
Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 




Mary Allen 

6-G Hansen Road 

Business 

Mary will carry the happy memory 

of her friends Cathy, Angela, Sally 

and Margie into her business career. 



Joel Ackerman 

61 Copeland Street 
College 
Joel enjoyed a good argument with 
Greg, Billy, and Karen. Another 
favorite pastime was surveying the 
Caf with Rod and Merrill. 
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 3, 4, 
Basketball 2, Chorus 2, Latin Club 
2, 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Drama 
Club 3, 4, Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 




Patricia A. Allia 

104 Harvard Street 
Business 
W.H.S. will miss this witty red- 
head's sense of humor. Patty plans 
to become a legal secretary. Watch 
out. Perry! 

ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliveau's Office 
3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4 




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Garry Anderson 

115 Albermarle Road 

Work-Study 

"N.R." offsets a strong dislike for 
maxis, teachers in the boys' rooms, 
dances, and homework, with a 
strong like for mini-skirts, chop- 
pers, cars, girls, movies, and work- 
study. 




Margo Antonucci 
26 Glen Circle 
College 
"If I told you what it takes to reach 
the highest high, You'd laugh and 
say, 'nothing's that simple'!" From 
the Tommy Album. By the Who. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, Latin 
Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. Girls 
JV Basketball 2, Alternate Home- 
room Representative 2, Ski Team 
3, Honor Society 3, 4, Ecology 3, 
Lab Assistant 4, Senior Revue 



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Bill Andrews 

750 Trapelo Road 
College 
It was great while it lasted, but 
all of our friends are now going to 
different schools and it will never 
be quite the same. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Swim 
Team 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Teen 
Council 4, Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4 




Lorraine Arena 

124 Russell Street 
College 





Louis Annunciata 

110 Albemarle Road 

College 

Whether on the football field or at 

a dance — Louie is sure to score 

points. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, Basket- 
ball 2, 3. 4, Baseball 2, 3, Football 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Senior Prom 
Committee 




Patricia Arena 

11 Richgrain Avenue 

College 

Patty brought with her the memory 

of good times with Di, Nan, Anne, 

and Wendy. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 
French Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 
F.T.A. 3 



Debbie Antico 

260 Forest Street 
College 
There is only one word anyone 
can use to describe Tico . . . crazy. 
Her parties rate high on everyone's 
list and so does Debbie. When 
Deb's around, you can be sure 
something is going to happen . . . 
trouble! This nutty cheerleader 
brought a lot of laughs to W.H.S 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, 
Senior Revue, Basketball 2, 3, 
Homeroom Representative, Year- 
book Representative 




Karen Arenburg 
320 Weston Street 
College 
This majorette, when not on the 
field, could always be seen bombing 
around with her other half. 
ACTIVITIES: Majorette 2, 3, 4, 
French Club 2, 4, Senior Revue 




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Mary Arizmendi 
38 Shore Road 
College 
Many thanks to all the people who 
helped make these years something 
nice to remember. 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 
Spanish Club 3, Talent Show 2, 
Senior Revue, "This Week at 
Waltham High" Staff 4 





Bob Arnold 

147 Myrtle Street 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3 



Comfort . . . 
Warmth . . . 

Security . . . 
Filling my body and soul — 
Impressing my young mind. 
Warm sunshine . . . 

Soothing my hurts and troubles. 
Far-fetched dreams . . . 

Wanting to be reached. 
Soft smiles . . . 

Encouraging me. 
Comfort . . . 
Warmth . . . 

Security . . . 
Wishing . . . 

The springtime of my life 

could last until eternity. 
Knowing . . . 

Time makes no exceptions. 
Hoping . . . 

In my new season 

A stronger sun will shine. 



'Hoping" 



GlNNY PEROS 



John Arnold 

24 Beaver Brook Road 
College 
This toothless doll could be found 
after every class chasing a girl or 
two through the corridors. The 
football team will always remember 
his great speech before the Maiden 
game. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Class President 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Talent Show 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 
4, Junior Council of Senior Ac- 
tivities 




Sally J. Arnold 

16 Beaver Brook Road 
Business 
Sally, known as Silly, will always 
remember laughing at Bobby Flynn. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Volley 
Ball Team 








Michael R. Arnold 

7 Gardner Street 
College 
Mike's activity with the Audio 
Visual Department should be a 
good preparation for his future 
as an electronics engineer. 
ACTIVITIES: A.V., Lighting Crew, 
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Teacher's Show 3 




Gerald Arsenault 

13 Russell Street 
Vocational 



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Patricia Arsenault 

16 Wellington Stteet 
Business 
Patty's pet loves ate Mr. Collin's 
English class, lunch, the 2:30 bell 
and her friends Bob, Debbie, Dol- 
ores, Stevie, Lisa, and Jean. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Mr. 
Morang's Office. 



Diane Aubie 

328 Newton Street 
Business 

Diane could always be found in 

the company of Mary-Ellen, Barb, 

and George. Quiet as she may seem, 

this future nurse is full of zip. We 

wish her lots of luck in her chosen 

profession. 

ACTIVITIES: Science Club 2 




Paul Arsenault 
54 Pine Vale Road 
College 
Driving his Camaro around town 
with Jack and the rest of the gang 
rates high with this senior who 
plans to become a great chef. 





Geoffrey Aucoin 

13 Mount Pleasant Street 
Business 
Jeff could usually be found in the 
pizza shop or at the supermarket, 
flirting. He plans to attend a tech 
school next year and become an 
engineer. 




Paul Arsenault 
100 Charles Street 
Business 
Usually seen downtown with Cheryl 
and other friends, Paul enjoyed his 
English class with Mr. Prohovich 
and plans to further his education 
in the field of broadcasting. 



James Auld 

85 Prospect Hill Road 
College 
"The Bacon Street Kid" is often 
seen listening to his fancy fiddlin' 
albums. He will always be re- 
membered for his humor and 
ability on field and stage. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Drama 4, Chorus 
2, 3, Talent Show 3, Music Man 2, 
Senior Revue 




Tony Attardo 
140 Trapelo Road 
College 
Tony, one of our track stars who 
is well-known for his fun-loving 
personality, hopes that in the fu- 
ture the track team will receive 
more of the recognition which it 
deserves. Good Luck, Tony! 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2. 3, 
4, Indoor Track 2. 3, 4, Outdoor 
Track 2, 3, 4, Homeroom repre- 
sentative 3, Senior Revue, Crimson 
Crier 4 





Stephen Aykanian 
110 Circle Drive 

Business 
Since Stephen already enjoys being 
an amateur chef, he has decided to 
continue in this field. 



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Deborah Babul 
101 Francis Street 
Business 
Debbie can always be found in the 
halls with Diane and Patty, joking 
and laughing. Debbie's favorite 
class is English with Mr. Collins. 
She plans to be an airline stew- 
ardess. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Busi- 
ness Office 



Jeanne Marie Balevic 

33 Abbott Road 
College 
"What's going on??!!" Jeanne's 
future plans include a pharma- 
ceutical career. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
(Vice-Pres. 3), F.T.A. 3, Senior 
Revue, Sophomore House Office 3 




Fred Badger 

108 Felton Street 

College 

Fred was always found talking with 
"the gang" in the morning. He 
hopes to enter the business world. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, Baseball 
2, Senior Revue 





Kathleen M. Bannan 

20 Piety Corner Road 

College 

Dude's best times include C.C. at 
the P.P. P. with the "Hat" family 
under a full moon. Neck Gays . . . 
Rainy Weather . . . Harny ducks. 
Where's Karen, Jin, and B? 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 2, 3, 
4, Ski Club 3, 4, Senior Revue 




Jay E. Bailey 

4 Adams Street 
Vocational 
His hard work and determination 
should carry Jay throueh life suc- 
cessfully. 



Don Bardsley 

39 Woodland Road 
Work-Study 
Don, who enjoyed his two years of 
work-study with his friends, was 
usually found girl-watching with 
Kevin on the second floor. 




John H. Baillio 

99 Kingston Road 

Vocational 

John H. believes only in things 

that are good, that's why he drives 

a Rambler. 





Gail Bardsley 

214 Hammond Street 
College 
Gail can often be seen charming 
the boys down "lower Brigham's" 
with her little-girl personality. Her 
dream is to grow a few inches 
somedav. 

ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 3, Senior Re- 
vue, Talent Show 2 



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Peter Barmakian 

100 Hatherly Road 
College 





Kenneth Bass 

40 Wayne Avenue 

College 

Ken, like everybody else, plans to 
attend college, and by the time 
this book is published, he should 
know whether or not he made it. 




Salvatore Barone 

122 Taylor Street 

College 

Sal hopes to go on after school to 
be a mechanic and have his own 
garage. 



Tina J. Bassakides 

28B College Farm Road 

Business 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, Talent 

Show 3, Newspaper 3, 4, Senior 

Revue, Ski Club 4, A.V. 4 




Donna Barrile 

46 Dix Street 

College 

Donna could be heard yelling, 
"Can't talk now, gotta meet Mike!" 
When not with Mike. Donna could 
be found with sidekicks Joyce and 
Turkey. Donna says, "Mrs. Mc- 
Knight is the greatest!" 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, Yearbook Representa- 
tive 2, 3, Senior Revue 








Cecilia Bastarache 
85 Pine Street 
Business 
Cecilia can be seen in the corridors 
with Marietta, Nancy, and Gerard. 
She enjoys an evening out with 
Gerry. 




Michael Barry 

7-A Hansen Road 

College 

Flumpy was often found in his 
dependable gold Fury going to 
Gordon's. His special knack for 
making pizzas may help him some 
day when he owns his own restau- 
rant. Good luck, Mike! 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4, Golf 
Team 2, 3, 4 



Paul A. Bearisto 

1393 Trapelo Road 
Vocational 
Paul is planning a career in high- 
way construction to provide better 
roads for his SS. 




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Karen Beck 

10-D Dermody Street 

Business 




Thomas Belliveau 

23 Marivista Avenue 
Vocational 
Tom plans to go into Data Process- 
ing at Wentworth Institute. 





Niki V. Behrikis 

11 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 
Niki, a future secretary, enjoys be- 
ing with Ernie and her friends 
Karen and Anna. 




"Ben" 
career 



Michael E. Benasky 

150 Russell Street 
Vocational 
plans to make printing his 
after fulfilling his service 



obligation in the Navy. 



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Nanette Belliveau 
48 Pine Vale Road 
College 
Nanette will always remember the 
times she spent in school with all 
the yoyos she knew, especially the 
one with the blazing blue eyes! 




Donald J. Bennett 
6 Gibbs Court 
Business 
Don plans to go to Broadcasting 
school. In his spare time he can 
be found in Sal's Pizza with Frank 
and OB. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 





Patrick Belliveau 

137 Myrtle Street 
Vocational 
Pat, a future "Body-man" or "Super 
Hero" hopes to open his own 
"Snack Bar." To Frank Kelty: "Sky 
King is alive and well and living 
in Chile!" 




Susan Bennett 
12 Chamberlain Terrace 
Business 
Sue, a potential legal secretary, will 
never forget all the fun she had 
at W.H.S. with Beth, Chris and 
Maureen. She could be found any 
Friday night at South Pacific with 
her friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Science Office 3, 
Homeroom Representative 3, Sen- 
ior Revue 4 



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Donna Bergeron 

1 River Avenue 
College 
Donna likes working with small 
children and hopes to work in a 
nursery school. She also enjoys 
playing baseball, football, and soft- 
ball. 



Linda A. Bergeron 

183 Dale Street 

Business 

Linda will always remember her 

friends Cappa, Gayle, Elaine, Mary 

Ann, and especially Joey. 





Mike Benson 

90 Chaffee Avenue 
College 
If Mike wasn't handing out his 
helpful advice, he could be seen 
slaving over a register at Stop and 
Shop. 




Kathy Bergstrom 
89 Farnum Road 
College 
Kathy could be seen on Friday 
nights eating pizza with Cheryl, 
Paul, Carol, Denise, Maryellen, 
Diane, and Joe. Her favorite class 
was typing with Mrs. Marr. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Pep 
Squad 2 



Debbie Beran 

125 Dale Street 
Business 
Debbie's favorite times were spent 
out of school soaking up the sun 
in Gloucester and getting the dark- 
est tan. Her favorite expression is 
"Beast" and she loved Mr. Grant's 
Earth Science Class. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, Volley- 
ball 2, 3, Softball 2, Homeroom 
Representative 2 




Michael Bernardi 

35 Gregory Street 
College 
Mike enjoys playing the drums for 
"Otus" in his spare time. He plans 
to go to East Coast Aero Tech. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Senior 
Revue 




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Cheryl Bishop 

19 Dobbins Street 
Business 
Cheryl could usually be seen down- 
town with Kathy, Joe, Denise, 
Carol, Diane, Maryellen, Patty, 
Jackie, and Paul. Her favorite class 
was Junior English with Mr. Pro- 
hovich. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2 




Janice Marie Bertolami 

70 Florence Road 

College 

While everybody else was in the 
gym, Janice could be found in the 
locker room asking which foot 
her sneaker went on. 
ACTIVITIES: H.Y.P. 4, Senior 
Revue 



Cynthia Black 

39 Fiske Street 
College 
Cindy could always be seen smil- 
ing, coming out of her favorite 
class — Sociology. She's usually with 
Richie or driving around with 
Evelyn. 

ACTIVITIES: Art Club 3, 4, Sen- 
ior Revue 




Sharon Marie Besso 

155 Seminole Avenue 
Business 
"The most important thing in any 
relationship is not what you get 
but what you give. In any case, 
the giving of love is an education 
in itself." 





Paul M. Blanchard 

7 Mayall Road 
College 
Blanch, who is well liked by every- 
one because of his friendliness, can 
usually be seen with Cowie and 
the guys stirring up trouble. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Talent Show 4 




Paul Biron 

95 Upton Road 
Business 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4 



Thomas Blanchard 

88 Hatherly Road 
College 




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Janet M. Block 
125 Brewster Road 
College 
"There are two tragedies in life, 
one is to lose your heart's desire, 
the other is to gain it." 
ACTIVITIES: Chemistry Club 2, 
French Club 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Chorale 3, 4, Talent Show 3, Sen- 
ior Revue 



Donna L. Boisvert 

21 Bellevue Street 
College 
B's usually seen with Kar, Dude 
and Jen. C.C. at P.P.P. with Weeze 
on those cold nights, huh B? Cry 
much? Love those Bushflaps! 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 3, 4, 
Ski Club 4i Senior Revue 



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William D. Blumenreich 
87 Hobbs Road 
College 
Bill intends to go to business col- 
lege and become a supermarket 
manager. Maybe he will have his 
own store and have Mr. B. for a 
customer. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, Baseball 
(Connie Mack) 2, 3, 4, Senior 
Revue, Homeroom Representative 
3, Talent. Show 





Patricia Boisvert 

310 Crescent Street 
Colleee 

Patty could usually be found play- 
ing basketball, softball or swim- 
ming. She will never forget all the 
new friends she met at Waltham 
High. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 
Softball 2, 3. Ski Club 3, Teen 
Canteen 4, Prom Committee 3, 
Senior Revue 4, Newspaper Staff 4 




Paul J. Bogosian 
76 Doty Street 
College 
"Bogo" can be seen around town 
in his 1962 Ford Fairlane. He en- 
joys "pop" music, vacationing on 
the Cape, and is an avid sports 
enthusiast. He plans to attend col- 
lege and study law. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 



James Bonica 

16 Royal Street 
College 
After a hard night of dancing, 
Jimmy, along with Peter and Gary, 
can be seen at their reserved table 
at Whoppers. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Bas- 
ketball 2, Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 






George Borrell 

85 Silver Hill Lane 
College 

George's favorite sport is tennis. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, Ten- 
nis 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 



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Marcel Boudreau 

12 Clinton Street 

Work-Study 

Marcel, who thinks that this is 
really the best school he has ever 
gone to, hopes to take a six-week 
course in Georgia to learn to be- 
come a heavy-duty equipment op- 
erator. 



Kevin Brasco 

773 Moody Street 

Work-Study 

With Kevin, 11:20 is the best 
time of day at W.H.S. He is often 
seen with his friend Don on the 
second floor, engaged in his fav- 
orite pastime, girl-watching. Kevin 
attends Floral Arts School in Bos- 
ton and hopes to have his own 
business in the future. 




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Patricia Boudrot 

47 Morton Street 
College 
Boudie can always be seen driving 
with John in his new "Pinto". 
She hopes to become a nurse. 





Joseph Brescia 

12 Orange Street 
College 
Surfing, football, and girls rate 
high with this popular senior. 
When not busy with these in- 
terests, Joey can usually be found 
driving around in his Black 
Bomber with Paul, Dennis, and 
Mike. 

ACTIVITIES: Football, Senior Re- 
rue 



Joanne Bourque 

121 High Street 
Business 
Joanne loves to eat Chinese or 
Italian food with Tommy. She 
hopes to become a secretary. 





Rachel E. Bowley 
201 Ash Street 

College 
This avid Hawk fan can usually 
be found marchine either with the 
band or coaching the girls' softball 
team. Her future includes nursing 
school. Good Luck, Rach. 
ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band 2, 3, 
4, Chorus 2, Talent Show, Orches- 
tra 3, Senior Revue Orchestra 4, 
Girls' Basketball (Manager) 2, 3, 
Girls' Softball (Manager) 3 



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Susan Bresnahan 

194 Brown Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Community Teen 

Council 4, Senior Revue, Ski 

Club 4 



Denise Brooks 

82 Longfellow Road 
College 
Denise will always remember the 
good times she had at Senior Re- 
vue with Kathy, Carol, Barbara, 
Denise, and Janice. Her favorite 
class was sociology with Mr. 
Walker. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, Stu- 
dent Council 4, Chorus 4, Senior 
Revue 




Johnnie Briggs 

1156 Main Street 
College 
"Boonie" can be seen with friends 
Gary, Chaz, and Rusty. His in- 
terests are Karate and basketball. 
His future plans include the Air 
Force. 





Wayne Brooks 

86 Hillcrest Road 

Vocational 

Wayne likes to fix cars and hopes 

to build his own for the Drag 

Strip when he graduates. 




Marjorie T. Brinton 

57 Princeton Avenue 
Business 
Marjorie, who can be seen with 
Denise, Karen, and Kathy, plans 
to work in an office after gradua- 
tion. She enjoyed having English 
with Mr. Collins, swimming, bowl- 
ing, and watching hockey games. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, 3, 
Senior Revue 



Paula Ann Brophy 

137 Villa Street 
College 
Paula could be found laughing and 
teasing all of her friends. She was 
always ready to lend a friendly ear 
and sincere advice to all of her 
friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Community Teen 
Council 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, 
Drama Club 3, Senior Revue 




Diane Brody 

College 

103 Calvary Street 

"A quiet person often speaks less 

with his tongue and more with 

his heart." 





Kathy Brown 

76 Lawrence Street 
College 
Whether happy or not, Kathy can 
be seen in the halls of W.H.S. 
with a BIG smile. Her personality 
gleams with her smile and her 
famous saying is "Ya right." 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 



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Evelyn Brunaccini 

51 Ledge Road 

College 

Evelyn can be seen driving around 
with Cindy or at the Star. She'll 
always remember Lisa, Mary, Sue, 
and Kathy. Good Luck! 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 
Chorus 4, Ski Club 4, Senior Re- 
vue 




B. Jean Burke 

13 Mayall Road 
College 
"Life is a great bundle of little 
things." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3. F.T.A. 
3, Ski Club 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Pep Squad 2 



Susan M. Bry 

637 Trapelo Road 

Business 

Sue had a lot of fun at W.H.S. 
with Evelvn, Priscilla and Ros- 
anne. After graduation, she plans 
to have an enjoyable summer and 
then enter the medical profession. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4 




Catherine Burke 

78 Florence Road 
Business 





Susan M. Bryant 

157 Myrtle Street 
Business 
Sue will always be remembered 
for her unique laugh and good 
sense of humor. Her favorite class 
with Miss Mooney will be a great 
help to her in the future. 
ACTIVITIES: School Newspaper 3, 
4, Ski Club 4, Senior Revue 




Barbara Burnell 

134 Alder Street 
Business 
After graduation, Barbara's plans 
include marriage. She can be found 
with Judy and Jesse in the Caf 
during first lunch. 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliveau's Office 
2. 3, 4 



Karen M. Buccella 

118 Amherst Avenue 

College 

Karen's favorite pastime was sew- 
ing. She also enjoys swimming, 
horseback riding, photography, and 
lor- vacations. Her friends are 
Karen, Margie, Diana, and Nancy. 
ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, Sen- 
ior Revue 




Judi Burns 
10 Shade Street 

Business 
When not talking with Teddy, Tudi, 
who plans to become an airline 
stewardess, can be heard daydream- 
ing about returning to Switzerland 
for more great skiing. 
ACTIVITIES: A.V. 4. Ski Club 2, 
3, 4, Homeroom Representative 3. 
Main Office 2 




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William M. Butcher 

439 Lincoln Street 
College 
William greatly enjoyed his three 
years at Waltham High and plans 
to further his education. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, Rifle 
Club 2 




Daniel J. Callahan 

158 Trapelo Road 
College 
Recipient of the new world's record 
for arriving late at school in the 
morning, this senior was obviously 
preoccupied with thoughts of his 
favorite things: automobiles, racing, 
and money. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, Chorus 3, 
Economics Club 



James Butler 

70 Milton Street 
College 




Joyce Callahan 

386 Forest Street 
Business 
Joyce can often be seen with Den- 
nis, No. 1 in her roaring satellite. 
She will be remembered for her 
Raggedy-Ann pocketbook. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4, Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4, Senior Revue, Pep 
Squad 





Clemence Caissie 

301 Crescent Street 
Business 




Joseph Campbell 

32 Shore Road 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 3, 4, 
Russian Club 3, 4, School News- 
paper 3 



Yvette Caissie 

62 School Avenue 
Business 




Stephen Campbell 

4 Banburv Avenue 
College 
Steve can be found with Laurie at 
the waterside and will never forget 
the great Brandeis parties with Bill, 
Fred, Allen, and Terrv. 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen Coun- 
cil, (Treasurer) 4 Ski Club 4, Sen- 
ior Revue 




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Paul Cane 

45 Dobins Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Debating Club 2, 3. 

4, FORUM 2. 3, 4, National 

Honor Society 3, 4 



Pamela M. Cardarelli 

1785 Trapelo Road 

College 

A future in physical therapy is 
hoped for by this attractive senior 
who could usually be seen with 
Pam, Pam, and Karen. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2. 3, 4, 
Band 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, 4, (Sec- 
retary -4), Senior Class Correspon- 
dent Secretary, Ski Club Secretary 
3. Honor Society 3, 4, <Treasurer- 
3 1. Senior Revue 




Carol Cappadona 
653 Beaver Street 
Business 
Cappa loved to chat in the cor- 
ridors or sit in her favorite class — 
homeroom with Mr. Collins. 





Richard Carlson 
59 Maple Street 
College 
Richard wishes great success to all 
in the years ahead. 
ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basket- 
ball 2, 4 




Maria A. Cappadona 

212 Robbins Street 

Distributive Ed. 

Maria's best friends from elemen- 
tary through high school are 
known as Cheata, Maria, Linda, 
and good ol" Diane, who was re- 
ferred to as "Boo-Ga." 
ACTIVITIES: Waltham DEC A 
Chapter 



Marian Carpentino 
3 Mack's Court 
Business 
ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Office 4 




Stephen Cappadona 
635 Beaver Street 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 





Diane R. Carr 

80 Winthrop Street 
College 

"In this world of make-believe 
We're trying to find the kind of 

peace 
That lets us live our lives 
Ooenly together." 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, House- 
master's Office 2 




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Joe Carroll 

52 Gale Street 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Golf 3, Intramurah 
2, 3, 4 





Joe Casella 

15 Bigelow Road 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement 
2 




Nancy Carty 

31 Arcadia Avenue 

College 

To sit in solemn silence in a dull 

dark dock. 
In a pestilential prison with a life 

long lock. 
Awaiting the sensation of a short 

sharp shock. 
From a cheap and chippy chopper 

on a big black block. 
ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 2 Class Sec- 
retary 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 4, F.T.A. 
3. 4, Crimson Crier News Editor 4, 
Senate-Faculty Council 3, Senior 
Revue, Junior Prom Committee, 
Ecology Action Program 



Robert Casey 

26 Columbus Avenue 
College 




Dennis Caruso 

7 Wayne Avenue 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 4. Senior 
Revue 




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Sheila Castello 

43 Virginia Road 
College 
When not busy with Student Coun- 
cil and Senior Revue, Sheila could 
be seen stirring up trouble in the 
halls with Denise and Barbara. A 
former Crimsonette, this attractive 
senior plans a career in elementary 
education. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Treasurer 2, 3, 
Crimsonette 3, Senior Revue, Stu- 
dent Council — Secretary 4 




Michael Caruso 

7 Wayne Avenue 
Vocational 



David Cavicchi 

52 Golden Crest Avenue 
Vocational 
"Cal" can be seen working on or 
racing his car around the Res. He 
plans to join the service; his Draft 
number being no. 2 didn't help. 




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Edgard Chiasson 

114 Harvard Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Track Team 3, 4, 
Swimming Team 4 



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Lucy Centola 
36 Clements Road 
College 
W.H.S. football games and Italian 
food rate high with this senior. 
She hopes to become a medical 
secretary. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Latin Club 

2, Pep Squad 2, 3, Prom Committee 

3, Alternate Homeroom Represen- 
tative 3, Crimsonette 4, Senior Re- 
vue 



Eveline M. Chiasson 

80 Church Street 

College 

"I always like to have the last 
word — so here it is — ZYTHUM." 
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2, 3, 4, 
Archery 2, Pep Squad 2, G.A.P. 3, 
4, Ecology. Club 3, H.Y.P. 4, Home- 
room Representative 3, Junior 
Prom Committee, Senior Revue 







Gayle Cerqua 

136 Longfellow Road 
College 

Gayle can be found reminiscing 
about her trip to Italy with Elaine 
and Cappa. Skiing and boys are 
big with her. 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 4, 
Chorus 2, Senior Revue, Talent 
Show, Yearbook Representative 2, 
3, 4 





Wendy Chamberlain 

209 Lexington Street 
Business 
Wendy enjoys going out with the 
kids from M.B.S. and her friends 
Linda, Nanette, Di, Pat, Ann, 
Carol and Debbie. 
ACTIVITIES: Chemistry 2, Tennis 
3. Drama Club 3, 4, Sr. M.Y.F. 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 







Robert A. Chadwick Jr. 

163 Longfellow Road 
College 
This musical senior, with his quick 
sense of humor, is constantly bring- 
ing a laugh to his many friends. 
The Band won't be the same with- 
out his humor. Bob looks forward 
to going to college and majoring 
in music. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 4, Hoc- 
key 2, 3, Band 2. 3, 4, Studio Or- 
chestra 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 



Arthur Chaprales 

47 Mallard Way 
College 

Arthur's favorite class was home- 
room with Miss Hayes. 
ACTIVITIES: Music 




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Douglas Charnley 

321 Totten Pond Road 

College 



'Peace" 



Sandy Chiacchio 

12 Pierce Street 

Business 

"Alone we find solitude. Together 
we find love." 




Lynnette Chatto 

18 Beal Road 

College 

"This was a tale told by an idiot, 
full of sound and fury; signifying 
nothing." 





Bradley Childs 

25 Mountain Road 
College 
Brad can be seen on the basketball 
court with Tom and Bill. He liked 
Mr. Leverone's math class and 
library during studies. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4 




Richard B. Chebookjian 

24 Mallard Way 
College 

Whether Chooch is soaring to new 
heights of athletic achievement on 
the football field or the track, dis- 
playing his many musical abilities, 
or just being his affable intelligent 
self, this future Ivy Leaguer never 
lacks a large circle of admiring 
friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, In- 
door Track 2, 3 4, Outdoor Track 
3, 4, Baseball 2. Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Talent Show 4, Senior Revue, Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4 



Barbara E. Christie 

67 Winter Street 
Business 
"Happiness comes from within" is 
Barb's theory of life and we know 
she'll follow it through. Because 
of her warm personality and crazy 
sense of humor, we will all miss 
her. 

ACTIVITIES: Business Office 3, 
Yearbook Staff 






Margaret J. Christopher 
19 Mayall Road 
College 
Peggy can usually be seen with 
Sharon, Judy, Pat, Debbie, and 
Kathy. She loves languages, es- 
pecially Spanish, and would like 
to be an interpreter. 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4. Spanish Club 3. 4, Sen- 
ior Revue, Mirror Staff, Class Day 
and Graduation Committee 



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Rickie Church 

92 Marlborough Road 
Vocarional 
At night you can find Rickie at 
Dunks. 




Stephen Cincotta 

108 Washington Avenue 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Waltham High 

School Band 2. Basketball 2, 3, 4 





Carol Cianci 
77 Leitha Drive 
Business 
Our Junior Prom Queen (Harold) 
will always be remembered for her 
ladylike ways and her cute dis- 
position. Carol's high intelligence 
will take her far in the business 
world. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3. 4, 
Housemaster's Office 3, 4, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show, Teen Canteen, 
Gymnastics 




Elizabeth Anne M. Clark 
10 Mayall Road 
College 
Roy, sewing, and drawing are the 
favorites of this cute senior who 
will always be remembered by Sue, 
Joni, and Pam. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chor- 
ale, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show, 3, Sen- 
ior Revue, School Newspaper 3. 
Secretary of F.T.A. 4, Homeroom 
Representative, Senior Council 4, 
Yearbook Staff 



Concetta Cimino 

5 Benefit Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Concetta's favorite saying is "Dyna- 
mite." Her best friends are Cappa, 
Maria, and Linda and she enjoys 
horseback riding, swimming, and 
water skiing. In the future, she 
hopes to do a great deal of travel- 
ing and compare our way of life 
with others. 

ACTIVITIES: Waltham DEC A 
Chapter 4, Reporter Regional 
DECA Conference — New York 




Graham "Limey" Clark 

Sudbury 
Vocational 








Diane Jacqueline Cincotta 

32 Spring Street 
Business 
Diane, who can be seen in the cor- 
ridors with Debbie, Patty, and 
Angela, hopes to become an execu- 
tive secretary. She likes Monday's 
and Friday's classes with Mr. Bal- 
dassari, weekends in town with her 
friends, and Italian food. 




James Clarke 

211 College Farm Road 

College 

When not in school, "handsome 
Jim" can be seen riding through 
the Wal-lex with Duckie. The girls 
of W.H.S. will remember Jimmy's 
blonde hair and blue eyes. After 
graduation, Jimmy plans to go to 
college. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey, Senior Re- 
vue 



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Richard Coleman Jr. 

350 Bacon Street 
College 
"Ace", who plans to join the 
U.S.A.F., will always be remem- 
bered as one of the football team's 
best managers. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2. 3. 4. 
Football Manager 4, German Club 
2 



Pauline Collins 

113 Lowell Street 
Distributive Ed. 

Pauline is usually found near 
"Chess-King" with Angela, Pamela, 
and the kids. She loves Chinese 
food and digs having a good time. 
ACTIVITIES: French Club, Talent 
Show Senior Revue, Waltham 
DECA Chapter 4 





Gail Cobb 

146 Alder Street 
College 
This popular senior, known as 
"Cobby", can be seen strolling to 
class or talking in the halls with 
Sue and Karen. Her favorites are 
Mrs. Czarnowski, Italian food, and 
Paul. Her future plans include 
nursing. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2,4, House- 
master 3, 4, Senior Revue, Year- 
book 




Michael Collura 
^7 Rich Street 
College 
Mike enjoys. 



Kenneth Cobb 

149 Marguerite Avenue 
College 




Bob Cohen 

124 Berkley Street 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, 
Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Debat- 
ing Team 3, 4. History Club 4 




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Mary Connaughton 
56 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 
Maureen can usually be seen be- 
fore school with Chris, Laura, 
Terry, Nana - , Judy, and Doreen. 
She thinks the last three years 
have gone by too fast. 








Michael Connerney 

12 Turner Street 

Vocational 

Mike plans to drive around in his 
car, stay out of the service and go 
across the country with his friends. 



The rain fell silently 
On a warm spring day. 
It drummed upon umbrellas 
And fell on childen still at play 
Caught unaware by the suddenness of the storm. 

Flowers stretched to receive 
These tears of joy and strife. 
I raised my face so's not to miss 
This sign of tranquil life. 

The rain splashed into puddles, 
And myriads of streams flowed from within; 
Down the streets and sidewalks 
Farther, farther, farther away 
To unknown destinies. 

Many faces I have known 
In years just now gone by. 
Where or if I shall again 
See these faces, 
Remains to me a mystery, 
For life has so many paths from 
which to choose. 

Linda Sullivan 



Lois Anne Conrad 
282 Lincoln Street 
College 
". . . you're not just using me, are 
you? We're using each other. That's 
what using's for." from Crauling 
Arnold bv Jules Fiefer. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club, Drama 
Festita! 2, 3. 4. Speech Tourney 
Group 2. Neu England Theater 
Conference 4. Latin Club 2. 3. 4, 
Debate Club 3. 'Vice-Pres. 4), His- 
tor; Club 3- Summer Theater 2. 3, 
Reagle Players 3. Sational Thespian 
Society 3- 4. National Junior Class- 
ics League 2, 3, 4, President of 
Drama Club 4 




Alan Cook 
123 Seminole Avenue 

Work-Study 
"Never too bright, but always all 
right." Alan plans to go to cooking 
school after graduation and become 
a chef. 





Theodore Consoli 

10~~ Main Street 

College 

This ski-minded senior was often 
seen loafing in between classes with 
Judi or schussing down the white 
snow covered slopes of scenic Da- 
vos. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2. 3. 4. 
Ski Team 3, 4. A.V. 3, 4 




Wayne Cook 
36 Beech Street 

Business 



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Paul Cooney 

121 Summer Street 
College 
One can always see Paul around 
girls. If not pumping gas, this 
flirtatious senior can be found 
sleeping in his classes. 



Guy Cormier 

12 Everett Street 
Vocational 

Guy plans to own his own auto 
body shop after he does some trav- 
eling. 

ACTIVITIES: Vice President of 
School Committee 3, 4 




Peter Corcoran 

39 Fiske Street 
College 

This industrious student excelled 
in his history classes, and loved 
working in the A.V. Office. 
ACTIVITIES: Audio Visual Staff, 
T.V . Staff, Lighting Crew, Record- 
ing Crew 





Ida Cormier 

39 Williams Street 
Business 




Denise E. Cormier 
21 Leonard Street 
College 
"No tenga nada, nadie, nunca." 

— Ruth Corrigan 
I was going to put, "This has been 
worse than a weekend in Phila- 
delphia," but I don't know how to 
spell Philadelphia. 
ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 3, 4, H.Y.P. 
4, Art Club 2, 3, 4 



Neal J. Cormier 

9 Mount Ida Terrace 
Work-Study 
"Eggnod", who likes fishing, bowl- 
ing, golf, and Italian food, enjoyed 
Mr. Dollard's class and hopes to 
someday become a master chef. 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3, W.S. Club, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4 




Denise M. Cormier 

14 Mount Vernon Avenue 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4. Senior 
Revue 





Rosemary Helen Cormier 

398 Newton Street 

Business 

Rosemary is best described as a 
true person full of life, laughter 
and friendliness. 



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Ruth Corrigan 

73 Ellison Park 

College 

and finally, we are as the times are 

we meet to part and go our separate 

ways 
and I am trapped on this crazy star 
I've been a prisoner all my days. 
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society, 
G.A.P. 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, 
Crimson Crier Staff 




Claire M. Cottone 

265 Grove Street 
Business 
This cheerleader is well-known to 
be as lively in the corridor as at 
games. Her bright personality will 
certainly help her desire of becom- 
ing a stewardess. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 4, Tal- 
ent Show 3, 4. Volleyball 3, 4, 
Senior Revue, Basketball 3, Ski 
Club 3, 4, Italian Club 4, Pep 
Squad 2, Chorus 2, Honor Society 
4, English Office 3, 4 



Dave William Cosgrove 

45 Caughey Street 
College 
•Why?" 




Chuck Coveney 

1060 Trapelo Road 

College 

Chuck's fine talents and good 
sportsmanship were shown on the 
basketball court. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
(Capt. 4), Honor Society, Home- 
room Alternate Representative 2, 3 





Deborah A. Cosgrove 

1 Elm Avenue 
Business 
"Hey Doot!" can always be heard 
coming from Debbie while walk- 
ing down the halls. Her weekend 
fun is enjoying parties and dances 
with her best friend Debbie. She 
hopes to travel. 

ACTIVITIES: ?-<>ball 2, Talent 
Show 3, 4, Nurse's Office 3, Senior 
Revue 




Dianne Cox 

23 Windsor Terrace 
College 
"Di" will always remember Patty, 
Nan, Linda, Wendy, and Ann, the 
football games, and driving around 
with the kids. 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3, 
F.T.A. 4 



Michael Anthony Cotoni Jr. 

41 Bancroft Street 

Vocational 

Michael says he likes nice fast cars, 
racing, music, playing guitar, pretty 
girls, fancy restaurants, being an 
auto mechanic, spending money, 
and having lots of friends. 



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Jeff Crane 

318 Lake Street 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Swimming 2 




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Joyce Crane 

32 Crestview Road 

College 

Joyce's favorite class was her study 
in the library with Chris and the 
gang. Her ambition is to become 
a teacher and we know she will do 
it. 




Carol Cuerdon 
96 Dobbins Street 
College 
Carol could be found each morning 
hanging around room 244 with 
Kathy, Cheryl, Diane, Denise, 
Maryellen, Corey, Joanne, Patty, 
Cheryl, and Barbara. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4, Senior 
Revue 



Steve Creamer 

36 Arcadia Road 
College 
Steve has his mind made up for 
the future. He will either be in the 
Navy, be a cop, or run away and 
be a hippie. 




Marlene G. Curtin 

220 Hardy Pond Road 

College 

Marti, whose favorite class was Eng- 
lish with Mr. Prohovich, is looking 
forward to a nursing career. 





Chris Creonte 

79 Jennings Road 
Business 
Chris could always be seen running 
down to Rogers' Pharmacy to get 
the "Fuzzy" Mobile. Her future 
plans include becoming a Medical 
Secretary. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Michael Curtin 

21 Pigeon Lane 
College 
This pugnosed senior will be re- 
membered most for his good sense 
of humor. We'll never forget our 
favorite Endman's famous word: 
"Smile, Smile, Smile". 
ACTIVITIES: Football 4, Hockey 
3, 4, Senior Revue 4, Talent Show 
3, 4 



Judith M. Crosby 

74 Potter Road 
College 
Judy, who loves reading and work- 
ing with children, will be a natural 
elementary school teacher. She 
could be found with Debbie, Peggy 
and Kathy. 

ACTIVITIES: History Club 3, 4, 
Latin Club 4, Honor Society 3, 4, 
Yearbook Staff 4, Yearbook Repre- 
sentative 2, 3. 4 




J. Curtis 

605 Lexington Street 
College 
I have applied for every clique 
ever established at this High School. 
But I wear every kind of shoe, so 
I was refused admission. 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Studio 
Orchestra 3, 4, Student Council 4 




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Pat Daly 

10 Porter Road 

College 

Pat, who enjoyed Sociology with 

Mr. Walker, plans to become a 

X-Ray technician. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Sen- 
ior House Office 3,4 




Donna D'Agostino 

1205 Trapelo Road 

General 



Diana Dallaire 

136 Felton Street 
Business 




Robert Dagastino 

270 Bacon Street 
College 
Bob has anxiously been awaiting 
June 9, 1971 for 14 years. How- 
ever, he will never forget the Sat- 
urday night get-togethers. Bob plans 
to go into the oil business. 





John Danforth 

83 Fiske Street 
College 
John enjoyed the 2:30 bell most 
of all at W.H.S. In his spare time 
you can find him doing factory 
work or saving lives at the Cape 
beaches. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Achievement 
2. History Club 2, Swim Team 4, 
Homeroom Representative 3, Win- 
ner of the Kingsbury Temperance 
Fund 3 




Mary Jacqueline Daley 

43 Lafayette Street 
Business 
Jackie's blonde hair and blue eyes 
were two of the big reasons why 
she was so popular in W.H.S. 
Jackie could always be found 
wherever there was something °o- 
ing on . . . Her great spirit helped 
to make her years at W.H.S. a lot 
of fun. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4, Talent 
Show 4, Gymnastics 4, Nurse's 
Office 3 



Kevin Darcy 

86 Prentice Street 
College 




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Donna D. David 

10 Evergreen Avenue 
Distributive Ed. 
"Ditr it!!" Donna is usually found 
at Piece O' Pizza, with her friends 
Jay and Brenda. She likes Bentley 
College mixers, and Chinese food. 
ACTIVITIES: Waltham DEC A 
Chapter 4 



Joyce Delaney 

372 River Street 

College 

Joyce is looking forward to a career 
in reaching. 




Joan Defino 

142 Dale Street 
College 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, Latin 
Club 2. National Honor Society 3, 
4, Senior Revue 





Dennis Delaney 

25 Townsend Street 
College 

Dennis, who loved Mary's chocolate 
chip cookies, will miss the kids 
at W.H.S. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Daniel A. Delaney 

252 Calvary Street 
Disrributive Ed. 
ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4, (Parliamentarian) 



Karen Delia Camera "The Kid" 

1084 Main Street 
Business 
"Rah, Rah. Rah Waltham." 
"Go Hawks!" 
"Dig It!!" 






Sharon DeLong 
204 Charles Street 
Business 
I'm Free! 



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Diane DeMarco 

321 Lincoln Street 

Business 

"Hey Doot!" can be heard as Di- 
ane walks down the corridor. She 
likes to be where all the action is. 



Robert M. Desrosiers 

18 Hastings Avenue 
Vocational 

"Hoss" is olanning on building a 
better world with his saw, ham- 
mer, and chisel. He is also a 
Volkswagen specialist and will al- 
ways be found fixing his super bug, 
or blowing off "Cal's" Ford and 
"Tonto's" Chevy. 




Patricia A. DeMeo 

30 Common Street 
Business 
Patty would like to become either 
a store buyer or a secretary after 
graduation. She enjoys eating Chi- 
nese food and pizza with Norman. 
Her favorite class was typing with 
Mrs. Marr. 





Christine Devoe 

228 Pine Hill Circle 

Business 

Chris's fondest memories are twirl- 
ing at the football games with the 
Waltham High School Band and 
just hanging around with the Super 
Market kids. 

ACTIVITIES: Majorette 2, 3, 4. 
Yearbook Representative 2. 3, 4. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 




Michael Dennehy 

5 Elson Road 
College 



Maria Theresa DiCarlo 

124 Pine Street 

Distributive Ed. 

Maria's best friends are Diane, 
Chita, Cappa, and Linda. Maria 
loves the beach, skiing, and horse- 
back riding and hopes to become 
an airline stewardess. 




Patricia Ann DePass 

47 Ellison Park 

College 

One of Pat's many beauties is her 
big blue eyes. You can often see 
Pat's "hips" bombing down the 
slopes in front of Paula, Margie, 
Marilyn, and Karen. 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 2, 3, 
4. Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Ski Team 3, 4 





John T. Dideo 

467 Lincoln Street 
College 
This young man takes life through 
a serious, yet interesting point of 
view. He'll never forget the fun 
years at W.H.S. with Lynn and 
Bill. He plans on continuing his 
education after high school and 
going on to a business college. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Senior Re- 
vue 



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John F. Dileone 

54 Midland Drive 

College 

"Alio People!" Tohn will never 

forget the fantastic time he had in 

Rome during April vacation of 

"70". 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, Senior 

Revue, Language Lab Assistant 2 





Karen Dion 
1687 Trapelo Road 
Business 
"Shorty" will never be forgotten 
by her gym class as their star bat- 
ter. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4, Yearbook Staff 4 




Paul Diluca 

183 Doty Street 
College 
Paul liked scubadiving with the 
kids on weekends. 
ACTIVITIES: Track Team 3 



Kathleen Marie Doherty 

38 Willow Street 
College 
When Katie isn't being the "Hawk" 
at the fames, she's in Mr. B's 
office or the lounge. She will always 
have fond memories of Mr. Bal- 
dassari's G block class. 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, Span- 
ish Club 3. (Vice-Pres., Treasurer), 
Drama Club 4, "Miracle Worker" 
4, Senior Revue, Talent Show 3, 4, 
Pep Squad- 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom- 
Committee, Mr. B's Office 3, 4 




Michael DiNauta 

69 Bowdoin Avenue 
Business 





Bobby Doiron 

768 Beaver Street 
Work-Study 
Bobby, who enjoyed work-study. 
plans to go into the service and 
eventually to get married. He is 
usually seen with Mike and Paul. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 4 




Stanley Dinoff 
31 Woodchester Circle 
College 
Whenever someone jumped the 
gun at W.H.S. track meets, every- 
one knew it was Stan. This dedi- 
cated and well-liked senior could 
most often be seen with Rich, Joel, 
and Steppy 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety, Outdoor Track 3, 4, Cross- 
country 4, Indoor Track 3, 4 



Warren Jay Dolan 

23 Essex Street 
Vocational 

Jay plans to continue the auto body 

trade and to become a Dart time 

ski instructor weekends. "I will 

never forget the good times in 

Switzerland." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2. 3, 4, 

Ski Team 3 4 




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Diane Elaine Domurat 

80 Leitha Drive 

College 

This shy, green-eyed senior can be 
seen in the lounge talking to Carol 
or running into homeroom late. 
Her future plans include elemen- 
tary teaching. 
ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2 




Joseph W. Doucette 

12 Floral Circle 
College 
No matter where you see loey, 
you'll always see Linda. 



Joyce Donahue 

14 Midland Drive 

College 

Joyce's friends will never forget 
her heart-warming smile. We know 
she'll succeed in the future. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Latin Club 
2, Drama Club 2. 3. F.T.A. 3, 4, 
Language Office Assistance 3, Tal- 
ent Show 2, Senior Revue 




Paul Douglas 

98 Fiske Street 
College 





Stephen Donnelly 

~5 Prentice Street 
College 




David Drew 

22 Hamblin Road 
College 
Glad to finally get out with plans 
for college. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2 



Alan Doucet 

130 Adams Street 

College 

When this handsome senior isn't 
working at the Super Market or 
singing solos for Senior Revue, 
he's out fluffing around with Al 
and his friends. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




David Drinon 

26 Willow Street 
College 
If not with that certain girl, Dave 
can usually be found dribbling 
down the court with the bovs or 
flying around with Steve and Flyn- 
sky. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2. 3, 4, 
Homeroom Representative 2, Ital- 
ian Club 3 




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Timothy D. Driscoll 

1 1 Hagar Lane 
College 
"No man is happy who does not 
think himself so." 

Neznonay Zeknop Flod 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Band 2, 3, 4, Studio Orchestra 2, 

3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 

4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Revue 



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Paula Duddy 

98 Bacon Street 

College 

This "green-eyed senior" could 
usually be seen with Marilyn, Pat, 
and Carol driving around the city 
and trying to stay out of accidents. 
ACTIVITIES: Softball, Basketball, 
Gymnastic Team, Talent Show 2, 
3, 4, Senior Revue, Teen Canteen 
Council 2, 3. (Secretary 4), Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3 



Albert Dube 

79 Bowdoin Avenue 
College 




Robert M. Duffey 

68 Wilbur Street 
College 
Bob's best hours are spent skiing 
in Winter and golfing in Summer. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Ski Team 3, 4, Hockey 3, Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4 








Denise Jeanne Dubie 

207 College Farm Road 
College 

If not trudging into class five min- 
utes late, Denise can be seen cheer- 
ing on the field or counseling her 
friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 4, Sen- 
ior Revue 




Douglas Dufresne 

19 Centre Street 

Business 

Doug plans to major in accounting 

... if he doesn't keep injuring 

himself in track. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 3, 4, 
Indoor & Outdoor Track 3, 4 



Elinor M. DuBois 

19 Shirley Road 
Business 
Elinor can usually be found riding 
with the girls through the Rez 
looking for that certain someone 
... or can be seen walking down 
W.H.S. halls with her dream boys. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, Senior Re- 
vue, Talent Show 3. 4, Ski Club 2, 
3, 4, Pep Sctuad 2, 3, 4, Junior 
Prom Committee 







David Anthony Dunbar 

68 Marianne Road 
College 
Dave can usually be found work- 
ing at Stop & Shop. 
ACTIVITIES: Intramurals 4 




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Judith M. Dunn 

123 Summer Street 
Business 
When not enjoying skiing and fish- 
ing lessons with Lenny, Judy looks 
forward to graduation. Her plans 
include business school. 



Walter Durkin 

12 Leonard Street 
College 
Walter liked Mr. Holihan's shop 
classes; he plans to go to night 
school after graduation. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2 




Bernice M. Dupuis 

4 Boynton Street 
Business 
Bernice can always be found in the 
art rooms during her spare time 
with Mr. Nyren, her favorite 
teacher. She hopes to enter art 
school after graduation. 
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2, 4 





Terry Eagan 

17 Copeland Street 
College 
Egor will never forget the good 
times at Turnstyle having candy 
fights with Billy, Jayne, and Jane. 
Terry is mostly found up Cabot 
having good times]] 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, Teen 
Council 3, 4, Student Council 
(Vice-Pres. of Class) 2, Ski Club 
3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Soccer 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior 
Revue 



Marietta Dupuis 

146 Bright Street 
Business 
Marietta, who enjoys art, 
to become a bookkeeper. 



plans 





Susan Duprez 

11 Elson Road 
Business 
If you're ever looking for Susan, 
you can always find her as busy as 
a bee making her clothes. Her fav- 
orite teacher in W.H.S. was Mrs. 
Jones. Marriage intentions are her 
plans after graduation. 



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Billy Edmunds 
68 Dale Street 
College 
Bill enjoyed his accounting classes, 
when he was able to make them. 
Bill's future plans include college 
and being on time. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Revue 



Beth Ellis 

337 River Street 
College 
This cute, friendly senior can al- 
ways be seen with Sue, Chris, Mau- 
reen, and "the gang". Her great 
sense of humor keeps everyone 
laughing. Plans a career in Art. 
ACTIVITIES: Science Office 3, Sen- 
ior Revue 




Sharie Edmunds 

36 Prentice Street 
College 
'To say that I'm imperfect is to 
ay that I am human and to say 
hat I am human is perfection in 
self" — Peace. 

ACTIVITIES: German Club, Span- 
sh Club, English Discussion Club 





Philip English 

37 Buttrick Street 
College 
Phil is good to have around be- 
cause he has a good sense of humor. 







Marjorie Eisner 

34 Marlton Road 

College 

You can always find Margie around 
the Lounge between classes talking 
to the kids. She'll always be a good 
friend to many. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3. 4, Ski 
Team 3, 4, Senior Revue 



Chris Engrassia 

164 Lake Street 
Business 
You can always find Chris in the 
morning with Gail and Maureen. 
She will always remember the fun 
at Waltham High. 




Edward Elliott 

28 Indian Road 
College 
Idie will never be forgotten for 
s victory weekends over at Mac's 
>use, and his goofy remarks. Fu- 
re plans include an all-expense- 
id trip to Vietnam. 
CTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
iseball 2, 3, 4 











Paul Erickson 

162 Virginia Road 
College 
"Don't worry about it". 
ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 2. 3 4, 
Assistant Homeroom Representa- 
tive 2, 3 



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Al Fanara 

32 Calvary Street 
College 
When Al is not working, he can 
be found with Ellie and the rest 
of the gang. He enjoys golf on 
Sundays. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 







Sally Erickson 

31 Maple Street 

College 

You can always hear Sally answer- 
ing "no way" when approached 
with a question. Lunches and the 
2:30 bell on Friday rate high with 
her. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2 



William E. Faranda 

60 Lawrence Street 
College 
Bill, Co-captain of the cross coun- 
try team, hopes that track at Walt- 
ham High will soon become a 
major sport. He plans to attend 
college in the fall. 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3. 
4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Outdoor 
Track 2, 3, 4, Crimson Crier 3, 4, 
Senior Revue 




Ed Falone 

153 Hawthorne Road 

Vocational 

Ed plans to own his own auto body 
shop when he comes out of the 
service. 





Virginia Marie Faulstich 

14 Flagg Circle 

College 

"I do my thing, and you do your 

thing. 
I am not in this world to live up 

to your expectations, 
And you are not in this world to 

live up to mine. 
You are you and I am I, 
And if by chance we find each 

other, it's beautiful." 

Frederick S. Peris 
ACTIVITIES: Class Senator 2, Re- 
cording, Secretary of Student Coun- 
cil 4, General Action Program, 
Treasurer 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Crimson- 
ette 2, 3, MIAC 4, Ecology Action 
Group 3 




Rosanne Denise Famosi 

72 Myrtle Street 
Business 

You can always hear Rosanne 
running down the halls yelling, 
"You Big Twink" with Sue, Don- 
na, and Bev. The only thing she 
loves at W.H.S. is the 2:30 dis- 
missal bell. Her future career 
includes Interior Design. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4, 
Yearbook Staff 4, Business Office 3 



Diane Felix 

606 Lexington Street 
College 
This peppy senior can most often 
be found involved in activities to 
help anyone in need. She can be 
seen with Pam, Claudia, Gilda, and 
the gang. A career in languages 
awaits this well-liked senior. 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 3. 4, 
(Pres. 4), Latin Club 2,3,4, F.T.A. 
3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Ward Rep- 
resentative, Senior Revue, This 
Week at Waltham High 4, Sum- 
mer Theater, Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 




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Claudia Ferri 

276 Weston Street 
College 

My most memorable experience was 
meeting those special friends. 
ACTIVITIES: C.A.P. 2, 3, French 
Club 2, 4, Junior Prom Decoration 
Committee, Ecology Club 3, Senior 
Revue, Gymnastics 



Neil D. Fitzgerald 

125 Marlborough Road 

Vocational 

Neil plans to open his own auto 
body shop after getting out of the 
service. He also hopes to become 
a professional race driver and boxer. 




Robert Field 

300 Florence Road 
College 

When not playing golf or hockey, 
Bob can be found sleeping. His 
plans include college and a job 
as a golf course superintendent. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Golf 
2, 3, 4 






James Fitzpatrick 

45 Lafayette Street 
College 
Jim could be seen riding around 
in his little bug with Dave and 
Rick, going in and out of sub 
shops. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 3, 4 



Jane Fiorelli 

225 Temple Road 
College 

Schnookie's unforeettable, "Oh, 
Peter!" brought her fame in the 
halls of W.H.S. She'll never forget 
all the fun at Waltham and the 
Cape with Jayne, Karen and Pie! 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonette 2, 3, 
Talent Show 2, 4, Junior Prom 
Committee, Senior Revue 



Mary Ellen Flaherty 

21 Hobbs Brook Road 
College 
"To each his own." 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Chem- 
istry Lab Assistant 4 






Charles Flanders 

361 Bacon Street 
College 



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John Foley 
79 Greer Street 
Vocational 
Jack plans to own an auto body 
shop after he comes back, from 
California. 
ACTIVITIES: Football, Hockey 



Donelle Freeman 

5 Piety Corner Road 

College 

"A cheerful heart and a smiling 

face, 
Put sunshine in the darkest place." 
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, 4, 
Chemistry Club 2, Junior Prom 
Committee, Chorus 4 




Dana A. Forgione 

84 Forest Street 
College 
"Meanwhile many of his fellow 
men mock his faith because they 
have been conditioned into a rela- 
tive state of mental inertia, and 
sometimes even try to deny him 
his right to mental freedom." 

Dr. S. H. Groff 





Donna Fuller 

66 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 
This sparkly-eyed brunette will 
never forget the crazy times at 
W.H.S. with Barb, Bev, and Patty. 
Donna plans to become a legal 
secretary. With her personality we 
know she'll succeed. 
ACTIVITIES: Business Office 3, 
Senior Revue 




Betty A. Fraser 

245 Main Street 
College 
Betty will leave W.H.S. with the 
good old memories of her past 
three years. Her favorite class was 
Mrs. Dunlap's "crazy" cooking class 
with Priscilla and Sue. Betty plans 
to become a nurse. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Tal- 
ent Show 4, Nurse's Office 3 



Susan Gagnon 

48 Hollace Street 
College 
"Quiet" (ahem). Sue can usually 
be seen with her partners in crime 
Jean, Jean and Anne. She'll never 
forget the great times she had dur- 
ing her years at Waltham High 
School. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, French 
Club 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorale 4, 
Junior Prom Decoration Commit- 
tee 3, Senior Revue 4, Ski Club 3, 
4, Pep Squad 2, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, French Club 2 




Beverly Fraser 

245 Main Street 
College 
"Happiness is FOOD" to this crazy 
senior. Because of her fine qualities 
and intelligence, success is a sure 
thing. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Tal- 
ent Show 4, Nurse's Office 3 





Jackie Gahan 

141 Dale Street 

Business 

"All across the nations, 
Such a strange vibration 
There's a whole generation 
With a new explanation." 
ACTIVITIES- Homeroom 
sentative 2, 3 



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Deborah Gallagher 

8 Russell Street 

Business 





Pamela J. Gardiner 

23 Wingate Road 
College 
"If a man does not keep pace with 
his companions, perhaps it is be- 
cause he hears a different drummer. 
Let him step to the music which he 
hears, however measured or far 
away." 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2. 3. 4, Chorus 
2. 3. 4, Chorale 3. 4, Girls Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Sum- 
mer Theater 2. 3, Northeastern 
District Chorus 3, 4, M.I.A.C. 4, 
Dance Band 3, 4 







Richard Gallagher 

58 Ellison Park 
College 
Quite humble. 



Pamela R. Gaudet 

16 Shakespeare Road 
College 
Thinking of others is a constant 
pastime of well-liked Pam. Seen 
with the Pams and Gang, she man- 
aged many projects at once. Teach- 
ing and drama are ahead for this 
senior. 

ACTIVITIES: Class Vice-President 
3, 4, Honor Society Secretary 3, 4, 
"This "Week at Waltham High" 3, 
Editor 4, Track Manager 2, 3, 4, 
Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 
2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Talent 
Show 3, 4, Senior Revue — Staff, 
The Reagle Players 




Joseph P. Gandiosi 

228 Mokema Avenue 
College 
"Keep the Faith". Joe plans to be 
a mechanical engineer. 
ACTIVITIES: Audio-Visual 3, 4, 
Lighting Crew 3, 4 





Maria A. Gemelli 

26 Bennett Street 

Distributive Ed. 

ACTIVITIES: Waltham DEC A 
Chapter 4 




Kenneth M. Garber 

38 Rockridge Road 
Vocational 

Ken plans to go in the Navy with 
his friend Hugh. After the service, 
Ken plans to further his education 
in the field of printing. 



Karen Generoso 

92 Bright Street 
College 
This popular senior can usually be 
seen in the halls with her "Dream- 
boy" ... or bombing around the 
city with Pat and the girls. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. Ski Club 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Teen Can- 
teen 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4 




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Marilyn Gettings 
Dale Street 
College 
Marilyn is "the" moody senior, but 
she is kept under control by Pat 
and Paula most of the time. Mafi- 
lyn and her new group can be 
seen traveling in circles at the park- 
ing lot. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Senior Re- 
vue 




Frances Giorgianni 

18 Arcadia Avenue 

Business 

Fran, a happy no lucky kid, can't 

wait to talk to her friends Jean, 

Peg, Lima, Diane, Joanne at 2:30. 

Plans to work in a bank after 
graduation. 





Dave Giardina 
180 Weston Street 
College 
"Pars", a dreamer of fast cars will 
someday have his own. This well 
known karate expert, can be seen 
breaking doors in two, while he 
takes a walk to his locker. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, Talent 
Show 4, Senior Revue 4 




Joanne Giorgianni 

18 Arcadia Avenue 

Business 

Jojo's favorite class is sociology 
with Mr. Jacobs. You can hear her 
laugh as she walks with her friends 
Doot, Lina, Jean, Joan, and Peggy. 
She plans to become an airline 
hostess. 



Ed Giardina 

69 High Street 

College 

Ed's favorite pastime is sleeping 
during classes; you can never see 
his big brown eyes until the 2:30 
bell rings. After graduation he 
plans to enter the service. Good 
luck, sleepy! 




Phyllis Girolamo 

147 Robbins Street 
College 








Linda C. Gillen 

34 Copeland Street 

College 

"Go placidly amid the noise and 
haste, and remember what peace 
there may be in silence." 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3 4, Latin 
Club 2, Russian Club 2, 3, 4. 
F.T.A. 4, National Honor Society 4 




Paul Gisbourne 

136 Amherst Avenue 
College 
Paul would like to further his 
education in Business Administra- 
tion. Good Luck! 



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Peter Goode 

34 Cabot Street 
College 
"Hood", known for his unique way 
of dressing, can often be seen with 
Beniv Dennis, and Lib. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4 



Paula Goldman 

116 Riverview Avenue 

College 

"Time it was . . . 
And what a time it was 
It was . . . 

A time of innocence, 
A time of confidences. 
Long ago ... It must be. 
Preserve your memories. 
They're all that's left vou . . ." 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, German 
Club 2, 3, 4. Senior Revue, Tennis 
4, National Honor Society 3. - x 
Class Recording Secretary 4, Home- 
room Representative 2, 3, Biology 
Club 2 











Michael Gledhill 

54 Bacon Street 
Vocational 
Mike, will always remember the 
fun times with Mr. McClosky and 
the great times he had with friends 
Robie, Roger, and Stony. Future 
plans include the service. 




Cynthia A. Gracia 

26 Willow Street 
College 
"That's quite a different subject" 
when this brown-eyed senior bub- 
bles through Brigs with Diane, 
Patti, and Mary singing "Stoned 
Love." 



Mark Glen 

48 Copeland Street 
College 
"The aggressive individual, relish- 
ing conflicting confrontations on 
relevant issues will succeed in the 
game called life." Meditate and 
think — Peace. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
(Pres. 3), Drama 2, Teen Canteen 
3, 4, History Club 3. 4, (Vice- 
Pres. 4), Student Council 4 




Corine Graziosi 

18 Doty Street 
College 

Corey can be found riding around 
Waltham in her red Pinto with 
Cheryl, Joanne, Kathy, Denise, 
Carol, Barb, Diane, Cheryl, Mary 
E. 




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Merrill D. Griff 

5 Sunset Road 

College 

Merrill can be seen in the cafe 
admiring the scenery with Rod, 
Joel, Steve and Glen. 
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 3, 4, 
Band 2, 3,4, Chorale 3, 4. German 
Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Revue 4, Talent Show 





Ralph Gueli 

37 Common Street 
Vocational 
Ralph will always be remembered 
for his pranks and his accordion. 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 3, Sen- 
ior Revue 



It goes by so fast, 
Many things happen, 
Many things change, 
Meeting new people, 
Making new friends. 
As sophomores we were frightened, 
in a new school, 
all alone, 
Then as juniors, 

in another new school, 
but not afraid 
we were now upperclassmen. 
Now as seniors, 

trying to make the right decisions, 
trying to pick the right college, 
where to go, 
what to do, 
wondering, puzzled. 
After graduating, we're out on our own, 
by ourselves, 
all alone in this big world. 

Joanne Jurjurian 



Barbara R. Gullotti 

115 Taylor Street 

College 

Barb will never forget the good 
times at Waltham High. She wishes 
"good luck" to everyone, and plans 
to succeed in her career as a nurse. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Pep Squad 
2, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Neivs-baper Staff 3, 4, Yearbook 
Staff 4 




Patricia A. Halstead 

51 Temple Street 
College 

Pat can be found riding around 
Waltham with her girlfriends, 
Susie, Paula, and Denise. She hopes 
to succeed in a career of nursing. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, Pep 
Squad 2, Ski Club 2, 4, Senior 
Revue 





Wayne Gullotti 

55 Charles Street 
College 

When not on the football field 
helping the Hawks to victory, 
Wayne is seen with his favorite 
girl. Donna. He can usually be 
found driving 'Mergatroide' around 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3. 4, 
Drama Club 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 
4, Senior Revue 




Richard Handrahan 

25 Hardy Pond Road 
College 

Rick was seen with Pete, Tom, and 
Bill. He plans to go across country 
with Tom before going to college. 



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Terence Hanlon 

21 Taylor Street 

Vocational 

Terry can be found at Burger King, 
and riding up and down Moody 
Street with his friends, Horrigan 
and Mogan. 



Mary Ellen Harrington 

311 Beaver Street 

College 

"Leave hate to those who are too 
weak to love." 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Crim- 
son Crier Staff, Basketball 2 







Mary Hansen 

32 Rumford Avenue 

College 

Help PEACE the world together. 





Dorothy Ann Harris 

108 Villa Street 
College 
Dandy Dimples are the main at- 
traction on Dotty's face. She really 
contributed a lot to W.H.S. "Ask 
me if I'm psyched?" "Feet Pho- 
bia??" 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, Teen 
Canteen 2, 3, (Pres. 4), Student 
Council, (Vice-Pres. 4), Mr. Belli- 
veau's Office 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 







Rita Hardiman 

48 Caughey Street 
College 
"I get by with a little help from 
my friends." Beatles 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, News- 
paper Staff 4, Tennis 3, History 
Club 4, Waltham Teen Council 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, National 
Honor Society 3, 4 



Robert J. Hartford 

71 Orange Street 

College 

"To live is the rarest thing in the 

world, most people exist, that is 

all." Wilde 




Jack Harding 

115 Princeton Avenue 
College 





Carol Jean Hartley 

25 Banks Street 
College 
"There is a goal before me set. 
Which I have not attained as yet — 
But by His grace I trust to reach 
And live the life His Word does 
teach. 

Henceforth, I will press on." 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 4, Ger- 
man Club 4, Senior Revue 



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Elaine Marie Hartman 

90 Hawthorne Road 

College 

"The most utterly lost of all days 
is that in which you have not 
laughed once." 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, National 
Honor Society 2, 3, Senior Revue 





Gail Ellen Hentzi 

59 Brown Street 
College 

This girl's idea of a big night is 
trying to get a clear picture on 
channel 2. She can usually be found 
with her notorious friends, dodg- 
ing sharks while ridin-the-wild-surf 
in February. Future plans — "Aus- 
tralia or Outer Space." 
ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 3, 4, 
Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 
Cheerleader 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Homeroom Representative 2, Jun- 
ior Prom Committee, F.T.A. 4, 
Talent Show 3, 4, Drama Festival 
3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, French 
Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Tea 
House, 3 One Act Plays 3, 4 







Robert Hassett 

125 Ravenswood Road 
College 



Shirley E. Herring 

257 Robbins Street 
College 
"We're captive on a carousel of 
time. We can't go back, we can 
only look behind from where we 
came and go round and round in 
the circle game." 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, Bas- 
ketball 2, Volleyball 2, Lab Assist- 
ant 4 




Jean Hayden 

36 Warwick Avenue 
College 
This avid skier can usually be 
found with Jean, Sue, and Anne 
bombing around in her yellow 
LTD. Good Luck, Jean! 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
French Club 2, Junior Prom Dec- 
oration Committee 3, Ski Club 2, 
3, 4, Homeroom Representative 3, 
Senior Revue, Ski Team 3, 4, 
F.T.A. 3 





Mack E. Herron Jr. 

45 Weir Street 
College 







Edmond P. Hebert 
166 Totten Pond Road 
College 
Ed enjoys water skiing and bowl- 
ing in his spare time and plans to 
make science his career. 



Barbara L. Hinckley 
104 Beal Road 

Business 
Life's true pleasures are all too 
few . . . Guess that's why there's 
just one of Barb. Skiing and going 
to Hampton Beach with Kathy are 
Barb's favorites. 

ACTIVITIES: Housemaster's Office 
4, Crimsonettes 3, 4, Softball Man- 
ager 3, 4, English Office 4, Talent 
Show 3, 4, Senior Revue, Chorus 
2, 3, 4, Pep Squad 2 




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Rosean Hinds 

14 Jackson Street 
Business 





Karen Hosmer 

21 Fairmont Avenue 
Business 
"Hos" when not running to short- 
hand or chasing "Blanche" down 
the halls, can be found at the 
lounge with friends, "Shine," Eli- 
nor, and Dill. Her three loves: ski 
weekends, a Bo-bender's ball, and 
boys. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3. 4, 
Teen Canteen 4, Talent Show 3, 4, 
Senior Revue, Yearbook Staff 4 




Daniel Hines 

1096- A Main Street 

Business 



Priscilla Howard 

21 Ash Street 
Business 
This "groovy" blue-eyed blonde 
can be found outside of W.H.S. 
at the races. Her greatest fun in 
W.H.S. was Mrs. Dunlap's food 
class with Betty and Sue. 
ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Office 4, Sen- 
ior Revue, Talent Show 3, 4 




Mary Hines 

15 Albemarle Road 

College 





Christine M. Howe 

71 Sheffield Road 
College 
This blue-eyed senior can be found 
ar football games, wild bashes, and 
the Donut Shop with Sharlene, 
Joanne, and Jackie. 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3, Mr. Belliveau's Office 
3, 4 




Leo E. Howe III 

14 1 Robbins Street 
College 
Leo likes hockey and hamburgers. 
He can be found relaxing in Math 
class with Mr. Meader. Good Luck, 
Leo! 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, Foot- 
ball 2 






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Eleanor Marie Hutchinson 

72 Fiske Street 

College 

"While fond, sad memories all 
around us throng, the silence was 
sweeter than the sweetest song." 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Lab 
Assistant 



Allen Jacobs 

84 Banbury Avenue 
College 
Versatile Allen enjoyed and was 
most active in track, Drama Club, 
and singing. He liked trying new 
things, and avoiding the coach's 
dress code. 

ACTIVITIES- Football 2, Cross- 
Country 3, 4, Indoor & Outdoor 
Track 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, 
M.I.A.C. 3, 4 Talent Show 3, 4, 
Chorus 2, 3, Senior Revue 




Mary Ellen Iagulli 

27 Oak Street 

Business 

Position 4 Jack 53 

"5-900 Ya any Calls" 
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4, Mr. Belliveau's Office 
2, 3, English Office 4 Senior Revue 





Richard Jacobs 

19 Tavern Road 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4 



Karen M. Isaacson 

33 Willard Street 
Business 
"The lonely shore, the pathless 
forest, are good places for silence, 
and to see ourselves as others see 
us." 





Marcel Jacob 

162 Brown Street 
College 
Jake will always be remembered 
for his friendly personality and big 
bright blue eyes. Besides hockey, 
his favorite past-times include golf 
and Saturday night dances. Best of 
luck in the future to this handsome 
senior. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 



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Kenneth James 

100 Willow Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Rifle Squad 2, Ski 
Club 3, 4 



Cynthia Johansen 

227 Bacon Street 
College 
Cindy likes Chinese food and sec- 
ond lunch. She could always be 
found looking for her classes, with 
Chris there to help. 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Mr. 
Belliveau's Office 4, Senior Revue 




Dennis Jee 

31 Circle Drive 
College 
Dennis likes Bob Dylan, baseball, 
and hockey. He will miss dear old 
W.H.S. and Mrs. Apelian's home- 
room. Looks forward to a long 
life. 





Diane Johnson 

57 Riverview Avenue 
Business 
Diane could be found either walk- 
ing in the halls with "Turkey" and 
Karen or down the "island" with 
"Mouse" and Gail. Business college 
for Diane. 

ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliveau's Of- 
fice 2, Business Office 3. 4, Mr. 
Morang's Office 2, Data Processing 
Center 4. Ski Club 2 




Beverly Jigarjian 

56 Rosewood Drive 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Represent- 
ative 2, 3, Senior Revue, Talent 
Show, Yearbook Staff 



Judy Johnson 

85 Hillcrest Street 
Business 
Judy feels that taking life just as 
it is, is the only way to live. 
ACTIVITIES: Library 4 




James Jigarjian 

578 Trapelo Road 

College 





Karin E. Johnson 
160 Plympton Street 
College 
"You shall be free indeed when 
your days are not without a care 
nor your nights without a want and 
grief. But rather when these things 
girdle your life and yet you rise 
above them naked and unbound." 
ACTIVITIES: Softball 2. 3. 4. Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 
Drama Club 4, Italian Club 4 



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Sharlene D. Jones 

148 Lakeview Avenue 

College 

Between classes, "Shar" can be seen 
with her friends Donna, Jeanie, and 
Rock. Surfing, Chinese food and 
Plum Island are No. 1 with this 
active senior. 

ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Represent- 
ative 3, 4 




Gary Edward Johnston 

140 Taylor Street 
Vocational 
"What I must do is all that con- 
cerns me, not what people think" 
— "Garr" loves weekends, summer 
vacations, and good food — "It's 
not on my diet, but I'll eat it any- 
way." 



Joanne Jurjurian 

204 Doty Street 
College 
Joanne can be found either in her 
orange car or working at the Star 
Market. "Rip" is one of her fav- 
orites. She plans to ?o into teach- 
ing. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
F.T.A. 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, Chor- 
ale 4, Senior Revue, Drama Club 
3, Pep Squad 2 




David Joliat 

114 Greer Street 

College 

Dave plans to attend Northeastern 

University. He enjoys swimming 

ind skiing. 

CTIVIT1ES: Swim Team 2, 3, 4, 

lior Revue, Talent Show 3, 4 





Brian R. Jones 

94 Brewster Road 
College 
For your foes are fierce and ruth- 
less, 
False, unmerciful, and truthless, 
Young and tender, old and tooth- 
less, 
All in vain their mercy crave. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 3, De- 
signed sets for drama productions 
since 1968, Illustrator for La Petite 
Revue and The Crimson Crier and 
filmy-air balloonist par excellence 




Margaret Karamas 

158 Russell Street 
Business 
"Oh, you're in today" — Margie en- 
joys Mrs. Czarnowski's English 
class and hot fudge sundaes. She 
would like to be a dancing in- 
structor. 



Nancy Kachagian 
761 Lincoln Street 
College 
This senior can usually be seen in 
the halls of W.H.S. laughing and 
talking with Laura and other 
friends. She plans to be an elemen- 
tary school teacher. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 4, Sen- 
ior Revue, Teen Canteen Club 4, 
English Office 3, Science Office 4, 
Pep Squad 2 







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Beverly C. Karlberg 

156 Brown Street 
Business 
"Bev" can usually be seen roaming 
the halls with Jean, Karen, Mar- 
garet or Anne. She most en'oved 
Mrs. Murphy's typing class. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Jimmy Kaufman 

66 Exchange Street 

Vocational 

Jimmy is a hunting man, he likes 
to take rides in the country. When 
he leaves school he wants to travel 
around the world and then settle 
down to work in an auto body 
shop. 




Susan Karr 

40 Pleasant Street 
College 








Mary Ellen Kavaleski 

Church Street 
College 
Ellen, one of our ouieter seniors, 
could be found riding around with 
Pat, Paula, and Karen. She plans 
to po into nursing. 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 2. 3. 
4, Talent Show, Senior Revue 




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Lisa Kasper 

69 Wilbur Road 

College 

"Do not wish to be anything but 

what you are, and try to be that 

perfectly." 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2. Senior Revue, Crimson 
Crier 4, Yearbook Representative 
2, Chorus 



Jeanette Kazanjian 

31 Stow Street 

College 

'Happy birthda" Eddy Stevens." 






Kevin Keady 

93 Amherst Avenue 

College 

"Kev" could be seen with Steve, 
Bill, and Dan playing basketball 
on local courts. He plans to go to 
college. 



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Chris Keene 

32 Grosvenor Road 

College 

Chris wishes to attend music school 
at either Lowell State or Berkley. 



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Douglas V. Kennedy 

31 Lord Street 
College 
Doug will be best remembered for 
his superb pitching for the Varsity 
in his junior year. He ended up the 
year with an E.R.A. of 0.00 and one 
complete inning pitched. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Football 2 



Kevin Kelley 

225 Weston Street 
Business 

Kevin applauds Liggett's as being 
an outstanding home away from 
home. 




Ann S. Kenney 
20 Freemont Terrace 
College 
Jenny will remember friends Ka- 
ren, Dude, and B. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Teen 
Canteen 3, 4 





Maura Kelly 

55 Ellery Road 
College 
"Kel" spends her spare time "ring- 
ing in the meat" at the "Super" 
or eating Chinese food. She'll never 
forget her fun with "Rip", Joanne, 
and Laurie. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Homeroom Representative 3, Sen- 
ior Revue, Pep Squad 2 




LuAnne Kenney 

215 Lowell Street 
College 
"Louie" can be found running 
down the halls with Nancy, yelling 
Hi-O to everyone. Her most enjoy- 
able class was English with Mr. 
Rose. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 4 



Carole Kelner 

303 Florence Road 
College 
Live and let laugh. 




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Daniel Keohane 

10 Brookway Court 
College 
Burly is very talented off the foot- 
ball field as well as on it. Danny 
could often be heard singing 
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" 
as he strolled down the corridors 
with all his pals. Prep school lies 
ahead in Dan's future plans. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3 








Pamela T. Keyes 

45 Fairmont Avenue 
College 
"Keyes," one of the Pams and the 
gang, noted for her warm smile and 
cheery disposition, is one of the 
most well-liked people in the High 
School. She plans a career in teach- 
ing young children. 
ACTIVITIES: Chairman — Junior 
Prom, Student-Faculty Senate 3. 
Class President 3, Student Council 
3, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorale-Secretary 
2, 3, Vice-President 4, Track Man- 
ager 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4. Reagle Play- 
ers, Talent Show 3, 4. Senior Revue 
Staff, F.T.A. 3, 4, Yearbook Busi- 
ness Editor 4 




Jay M. Kleiner 

1704 Trapelo Road 
College 
Hallelujah! 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 
A.V. 4 



Linda Kibort 

125 Weston Street 
College 
This peppy blonde can always be 
seen roaming through the corridors 
of W.H.S. with Diana, Claire, and 
Kathy. There's no doubt, that her 
good humor will always be remem- 
bered. Linda hopes to be an ele- 
mentary teacher. Good luck, Linda! 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 4, Sen- 
ior Revue, F.T.A. 4, Yearbook 
Staff 4 




Mary A. Kokidko 
321 Prospect Hill Road 
Distributive Ed. 
Mary, whose favorite night spot is 
Boston, loves long weekends, ski- 
ing, and horseback riding. She plans 
to become a fashion buyer. 
ACTIVITIES: Waltham DECA 
Chapter 4, Ski Club 2. 3, 4, DECA 
Conference, New York 








Barbara King 

15 Wheelock Terrace 
College 
This cute senior can always be seen 
"bigtiming" with Sheila, Denise, 
and Becky. Senior Revue and Sat- 
urday nights rated high on this 
future x-ray technician's list of 
favorites. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, Year- 
book Representative 3, Senior Re- 
vue, and Yearbook Staff 




William Kring 

55 Columbus Avenue- 
College 



Anne Marie Kirrane 

31 Sunset Road 
College 

"Sometimes I feel like such an in- 
credible nothing." 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2 




Priscilla Krom 

28 Hiawatha Avenue 
Business 
At graduation I will have two feel- 
ings — relief and happiness; no sor- 
row, no tears. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Tal- 
ent Show 4, Housemaster's Office 
3, Science Department 3, Yearbook 
Staff 




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David Kyte 

60 Miriam Road 

College 

David's life and inspiration is that 
of most students: the 2:30 bell on 
Friday. 



John Lamport 

103 Warren Street 
College 
"With all its shame, drudgery, and 
broken dreams, it's still a beautiful 
world. Be careful. Strive to be 
happy." John plans to spend his 
future as an electrician with Pam. 




Gary Labranche 

123 Chestnut Street 
Work-Study 

"Your life is what you make of it," 
says Gary. For now, future plans 
are uncertain, and he is still think- 
ing it over. You can always catch 
him hanging around with Sal and 
Eddie. 





Peter Chace Lancto 

70 Londa Street 
College 
Peter's versatility ranges from whip- 
ping up a gourmet dinner to con- 
ducting music in productions and 
playing music in Band. His contin- 
uous humor entertains everyone. 
Watch out, music world! 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Studio 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, 4, 
Northeast District Band 2, 3, 
Northeast District Orchestra 4, 
Senior Revue, Latin Club 2, Stu- 
dent Council Senator 3- Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4, All-State 3, Music Man 
2, Talent Show Production Staff 2, 
3 



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Stephen Lahaise 

76 Rockridge Road 
College 



Patricia A. Lander 

9 Shawmut Road 
College 
"Our Day Will Come" says "Mou- 
sie" at Brigs with friends Kathy, 
Sue, and Lou. Her warm smile and 
personality have won her many 
friends; with these qualities we are 
sure big times are ahead for Pat. 
Best of luck. 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3, Chorus 3, 4, Gymnas- 
tics 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 
3, Senior Revue, Talent Show, Vol- 
leyball 4, Basketball 4, Mr. Belli- 
veau's Office 




Angela Lambros 

171 Virginia Road 
College 
"In the life of man the most essen- 
tial thing for happiness is the gift 
of friendship." 

ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 2, 3, 4, (Sec- 
retary 3. Vice-Pres. 4), Ecology 
Club 3, 4 





Anthony C. Lando 

25 Jennings Road 
College 
Tony, an original member "Of 
Sound Mind" when not playing 
with his band, could be seen on 
the baseball field. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Football 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chorale 
3, 4, M.l.A.C. 



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Karen LaRosee 

163 Plympton Street 

College 

"We spend our lives in searching 

for a key 
To unlock the mystic door to hap- 
piness; 
Weary at length, unsatisfied, confess 
That we are blind, but hoping yet 
to see." 








Linda LeBlanc 

461 Main Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Drama 
2, 3, Chorus 2. 3, Student Coun- 
cil 3. Cheerleading 2 




William A. Lawler 

22 Wilbur Street 
College 
Bill will be most remembered 
working the lighting booth for all 
the W.H.S. theatrical productions. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 2. 3, 
4, Band 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 
3, 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Chorale 
2, 3, 4 Audio Visual 2 3, 4 



Marie Theresa LeBlanc 

83 Taylor Street 
Business 
"One cannot live in constant dread 
of what may happen; Faith and 
hope must prevail." She can usually 
be found at the Soa with the gang. 
English and homeroom with Mr. 
Gallifan were her favorites. 
ACTIVITIES: English Office 4 




Tim Leahy 

223 Dale Street 
College 
"No one is fit to run the world as 
far as I can see; the only person 
fit to run my world is me." 
ACTIVITIES: Golf Team 2, 3, 4, 
Band 2, 3, 4. Dance Band 3, 4, 
Chorale 2, 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4 





Peter LeBlanc 

77 Cabot Street 

College 

"You only live once, and you've 

got to grab for all the gusto <'ou 

can." - 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Golf 
2, 3, Senior Revue 




Debbie LeBlanc 
16(5 Willow Street 
Business 
Life and the pursuit of happiness 
are Deb's major goals. Seen in 
constant companionship with the 
kids from Stop & Shop. This pretty 
blue-eyed blonde plans a career 
with the airlines. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Raymond LeBlanc 

5 Mount Pleasant Road 
Vocational 
"Frenchy" has "Dodge Fever". He 
plans to become a carpenter and 
build his own house. He enjoys 
hockey, baseball, and girls. 




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Rick LeBlanc 

30 Carleton Road 

Business 

I'm going to miss all the fun I 

had this year with the guys, Don, 

Cy, Frank, Mike, and George. 




William Lee 

7 River Avenue 
College 
This outstanding athlete has con- 
tributed a lot of spirit to W.H.S. 
If you don't find Bill throwing a 
football, then you can find him 
driving up north. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Basketball 2 





Bobby LeBlanc 

14 Fiske Avenue 
Vocational 




Joseph Leeber 

1 1 1 Hardy Pond Road 

Vocational 

Joe plans to enter the service. Good 
luck, Joe. 



Roger J. LeBlanc 

100 Prospect Street 
Vocational 

With three great years at the Voc. 
behind him, he would like to 
further his education and play a 
lot of "hockey." 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 3, 4 




Karen Leeper 

63 Boynton Street 

Business 

Karen plans to travel throughout 
the United States. 





Barbara Leduc 
1 1 Sheffield Road 
College 
Barbara plans to attend college after 
high school, and a career as a bi- 
ology teacher is her goal. She can 
usually be found with Carl down 
at the Wal-lex. 




Thomas LeFort 

3 Joyce Road 
College 
Tom could be found shooting a bas- 
ketball at the Whittemore or down 
in the Waltham High School gym. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, Football 
2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom 
Representative 3, Ward Represent- 
ative 4 



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Annette Leger 

1 Parker's Lane 

Business 

Anne'tte could often be seen in the 
corridors with Diana, Nancy, and 
David. Her favorite teacher was 
Mr. Dorsey. She enjoyed having 
Mr. Belliveau as a housemaster. 



Ann Leonard 

46 Adams Street 
Business 
Ann can be seen with friends, Syl- 
via, Carol, Marylou, and Karen. 
She hopes to become an airline 
stewardess after graduation. 




Diane Lelievre 

145 Clark Street 

Business 








Peter Leone 

100 Bedford Street 
Vocational 



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Janet Lement 

24 Graymore Road 

College 

"Each of us is the only person who 

can give the other what each of 

us wants to have . . . Peace." 

Betti 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, Senior 
Revue 



Linda Lepordo 

62-4 Garden Circle 
College 
"To live is the rarest thing in the 
world — 
Most people exist, that is all." 
Oscar Wilde 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 
Crimsonettes 2, Library 3, Science 
Office 3, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior 
Revue 




Debbie Leombruno 

98 Marlborough Road 
Business 
This brown-eyed beauty could be 
found scooping in the cafeteria dur- 
ing first lunch. 





Arthur Lewis 
1 1 Massasoit Street 
Vocational 
"Lew" plans to join the Army after 
graduation, but says he will not 
stay long if the lunches aren't bet- 
ter than they were in the caf. 



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Constance Jeanne Lewis 

93 Riverview Avenue 
College 

She is planning to go on to nurs- 
ing school after high school. She 
plans to attend the Vocational for 
the Licensed Practical Nursing 
course. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 4, Senior Re- 
vue 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Nurse's 
Office 4 




William Lindo 

124 Lake Street 
College 
In all my days at Waltham High 
I only got caught twice. 





Mike 

jeeps, 

food. 

with 

Mike 

shop. 



Michael Licato 
36 Kenmore Road 
Vocational 
likes working on cars and 
but he loves girls and Italian 
His favorite class was shop 
Mr. Capp and Mr. Morrell. 
plans to start his own auto 




Anne Logan 

68 Temple Road 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



Lisa Lincoln 

24 Vernon Street 
Business 




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Charles Lombardi 

16 Benefit Street 
College 
Charlie can alwavs be seen in the 
halls with Pete and the Lupo. Col- 
lege awaits this handsome senior. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Revue 





Nancy S. Lindo 

124 Lake Street 

Business 

Nancy plans to go into IBM after 

graduation. Good luck to the class 

of "72". 




Deborah London 

804 Trapelo Road 
College 
"When you have to go, all the 
principles in the world can't stop 
you." "Masses, the calamity is the 
masses." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 4, Nat- 
ional Honor Society 3, 4, Student 
Council 2, 3, FORUM 3. 4, G.A.P. 

2, 3, 4, (Pres. 4), Crimson Crier 
(Literary 3, 4), Girls' Tennis 2, 

3, 4, Drama 2, 4, Band 2 



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Barbara A. Lorenzen 

88 Marianne Road 
College 
When she isn't water skiing, her 
spare time is spent pursuing her 
talents in art. Barbara can be 
found before school in room 244 
with her lively friends. She plans 
a teaching career. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 4, Latin 
Club 2, Archery 2, Senior Revue, 
Talent Show 4, FT. A. 4, Junior 
Prom Decoration Committee, Mir- 
ror Staff 4 



Christopher Lord 

46 Fiske Street 
College 





Christine Long 

15 Totten Court 
Business 




Lorna Lorette 

157 Summer Street 
College 
Without Lorna, basketball couldn't 
be complete . . . This happy-go- 
lucky- senior can always be found 
at Chinatown Restaurant with the 
trio or having a happy time at the 
beach. Keep smiling Tiki Son. 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 3, 4, 
F.T.A. 3, 4, T.E.A.F.O.L. 3, Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, 
Softball 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue 



John K. Long 

61 Hawthorne Road 

Vocational 

John plans to be a law enforcement 
officer. 




Wayne Lorette 

157 Summer Street 

Work-Study 

Wayne enjoyed his years at W.H.S. 
with Mr. Dollard. His future plans 
include going into the service and 
getting married. 




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James Lupo 

158 South Street 

Business 

"Red Boosh's" favorite class was 
English with Mr. Collins. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 





Andrea Lydon 

113 Colonial Avenue 
College 
With a sweet smile and pleasant 
hello, Andrea will always be re- 
membered. When not marching 
down the field, she can be seen 
with Bob. 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4 



"The Road" 

The travelers tell me of one rutted road 

winding its way up the steep hill. 

At a certain place, it branches out 

into three forks. 

The first road leads to the village. 

Schools and factories, churches and taverns, 

Men, women, and children 

Preachers and drunkards, 

Chimes and whistles, 

Steam, dirt, hustle-bustle 

Fast slow-motion. 

Most people travel this road. 

The second road, the travelers say, 

leads nowhere. 

So many times they warn those 

who travel it anyway. 

The third road is the most inviting. 

A tunnel of trees; sunlight streams through 

until the eye reaches into the dark. 

Because of this darkness, few travel this road. 

For fear of becoming lost. 

Each road is difficult to travel. 

Many give up the journey along the way. 

But eventually those who struggle through 

Come upon a place where the roads converge 

And become one again. 

For at the end of these roads is the answer 

To each man's dream. 

Pam Gaudet 



Lance MacDowell 

475 Lexington Street 
College 
During the summer Lance really 
enjoyed going to the races with 
Dave and Bob. It was a big laugh 
when they raced their cars. Lance 
also enjoyed his German class with 
Miss Fryer. 




Norman MacKinnon 

110 Lexington Street 
Business 
Jack's ambition is to build a "GT" 
Chevelle called Novanna. He re- 
members the good times in Big 
Bad Orange last summer. Jack 
plans to fix and race cars for a liv- 
ing. 





"It's 
ience. 



Cathy MacKinnon 

110 Lexington Street 
Business 
been a truly unique exper- 




Bruce MacLure 

211 Grove Street 
Business 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Chor- 
ale 3, 4 



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Doug MacNeil 

27 Baldwin Road 

Vocational 

Doug enjoys WNTN, nice girls, 

and fast cars. He likes to travel, 

especially to Canada. 



Roger Maillet 

5 River Ave. 

Vocational 




Roderick MacPherson 

69 Stow Street 

College 

"Rory" could be seen with his gray 

hat or Steve's Army hat. 

ACTIVITIES: German Club 2, 3, 4 





Ronald Maillet 

188 Lowell Street 
College 
Ron wants to enter the Navy after 
college. 




Kathy Madden 
87 Overland Road 
Business 
Kathy, we know, will succeed in 
the future because of her cheery 
personality and her little sayings. 
Thanks to Kathy, Steno classes 
were made a little bit brighter and 
a lot more enlightening. 
ACTIVITIES: Majorette 2, 3, 4, 
English Office 4, Mirror 4, Senior 
Revue, Homeroom Representative 3 



Ronald G. Maillet 

29 Hillcrest Road 
College 
Ronnie number II, or little Ron 
likes all sports and says he'll be a 
pro, but hasn't asked the fortune 
teller what sport it's going to be. 




Carol Magazu 
36 Oak Hill Road 
College 
This green-eyed senior is best 
known for her vivacious attitude 
toward life. There never was a dull 
day with Carol around! We wish 
her the best of luck. 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety, Yearbook Representative 2, 3, 
4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Italian Club Presi- 
dent 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Talent Show 
3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Senior Revue 





Carmela Mallozzi 

57 High Street 

Distributive Ed. 
Carmela loves Chinese and Italian 
food and weekends. 
ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4 



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Richard Maloney 
9 Summit Street 
College 
You can catch Rick playing foot- 
ball at Crampy's or watching a 
game on TV . . . Loves sports and 
plans to attend college and become 
an accountant. 



Paul A. Mangini 

54 Rose Hill Way 

College 

"Mini Gini" plans to attend college 

next September; if not, he will go 

into the Air Force. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Stage 

Band 2, 3, 4 







Joanne B. Mancuso 

29 Taylor Street 
Business 
"I am a child of the universe, 
No less than the trees and the stars, 
I have a right to be here!" 





Jeanne Mantenuto 

72 Kendall Park 
College 




Peter Mandile 

28 Cross Street 

Vocational 



Steve Marcou 

10 Forest Street 

College 

I would like to go to college and 
then become a key collector. 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2, 4, 
Tennis 2, 3. 4. Hockey 2, 3, 4, 
Gymnastics 3, 4 




Peggy Manero 
29 Gregory Street 
Business 
Mr. Steinberg's English class is 
Peggy's favorite class. She plans to 
go to hair dressing school after 
graduating. 





Nancy Lisa Marrano 

167 Marguerite Avenue 
Business 
"The most essential thing for hap- 
piness is the gift of friendship." 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 2, 
G.A.P. 2, Senior Revue 



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Dave Martin 

94 Hatherly Road 
College 
Dave's interests vary from his stereo 
and hi-fi equipment, to electronics, 
to baseball or football. He plans to 
attend college and major in elec- 
tronics. 

ACTIVITIES: Explorer Post 133 
(radio broadcasting) 2 





Lina Mastropieri 

3 Walton Street 
Business 
There goes smiling Lina, running 
to her classes, after talking to Doot, 
Jean, Jojo, Fran, and Peg. She 
plans to continue at hairdressing 
school. 




Joyce Martorilli 

272 Bacon Street 
College 
Joyce's favorites are Chinese food 
and lasagna. After graduation she 
hopes to enter Mass. Bay and and 
become a legal secretary. 



Eddie Matheson 

40 Rosemont Avenue 
Vocational 




Nick Martorilli 

15 Exchange Street 

Business 





Ralph Mauro 

17 Wamsutta Avenue 

College 

After high school Ralph hopes 

either to attend college or go into 

the service. 

ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 4, Bas- 
ketball 4 




Rosemarie Marzano 

340 Forest Street 
Business 
This cute, bubbly senior can always 
be seen with a smile. She plans a 
career in the business world and 
wants to do some traveling. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Sci- 
ence Office 3 



Barbara McArdle 

44 Cedar Street 

College 

Barb is always easy to spot in a 
crowd with her red hair and bright 
personality. When not playing bas- 
ketball, she can be seen with Jan 
and her friends. 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior 
Revue, Basketball 2, 4, Prom Com- 
mittee 3, Alt. Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, 3 




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Bernard McArdle 

44 Cedar Street 
Business 
"Buck" can usually be found watch- 
ing a Red Sox game or eating his 
favorite Chinese food. His future 
plans include attending Wentworth 
Institute for Civil Engineering. 




Denise McCluskey 

18 Hammer Street 
College 
This adorable senior will long be 
remembered by her many friends 
at W.H.S. because of her friendly, 
out-going personality. Our Home- 
coming Queen, when not with Rob- 
bie, could be seen with Barbara, 
Sheila, and Becky. 
ACTIVITIES: Yearbook Represent- 
ative 3, Senior Revue, Yearbook 
Staff 4, Homeroom Representative 
3, Homecoming Court 3, Queen 4 



Jeannette Amanda McCarthy 

91 Hamilton Road 

College 

Red Chargers, Cape Cod, Dr. Ku- 
bin, and the Bruins rate high with 
"DoDo". 

ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 
G.A.P. 3, Science Office 3, Senior 
Revue 




Karen McCluskey 

68 Stow Street 
College 

"Success, remember, is the reward 
of toil." Karen plans ro attend col- 
lege and study dental hygiene. 
ACTIVITIES: German Club 4, 
French Club 4, Senior Revue 





John McCarthy 

60 Lakeview Avenue 

College 

John, one of our most popular 
seniors, can always be seen throw- 
ing his weight (140 lbs.) around 
the football field on chilly Saturday 
afrernoons with the W.H.S. Hawks. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Baseball 2, Senior Revue, "Music 
Man", Homeroom Representative 2 




Richard McCue 

85 Mayall Road 
College 
Dick will always be remembered 
by his fellow teammates for his 
warm smile. Athletic Dick could 
always be seen eating whoppers 
on Saturday night with John, Eddy, 
and Dan. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, Foot- 
ball 4 



Paul McCarthy 

63 Plympton Street 

Work-Study 

Paul, whose future plans include 
entering the service, really enjoyed 
Work-Study and was usually seen 
with Bobby and Mike. 




Edward McDonald 

72V^ Taylor Street 
College 




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Maureen McGann 
5B Dermody Road 
Business 
This friendly, popular senior can 
always be seen with Sue, Chris, 
and Beth. Future plans include 
nursing. 




John McGrath 

6 Chester Lane 

College 






William McGean 
104 Colonial Avenue 
College 
When I do something right, no 
one remembers. When I do some- 
thing wrong, no one forgets. 
ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Revue, Band 2, 3, 4 




Anne Mclnnis 

206 Ash Street 
College 
"Always leave them laughing when 
you say goodbye." 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, (Sec- 
retary 3, 4), Drama Club 3, 4, Ski 
Club 4. Junior Prom Committee 3, 
Softball Team 2, 3. 4 Basketball 
Team 2, 3, Cherleader 3, 4, Talent 
Show 3, 4, Senior Revue, Mirror 4 




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Mike McGovern 

19 Fiske Street 

Vocational 

Mike enjoys driving his Chevelle, 

pursuing his hobbies, and street 

racing. 




Dave Mclver 

74 Pine Hill Circle 

Business 

Dave plans to go to a technical 
school. He hopes to travel through 
the country, and get married some 
day. 



Diana McGrath 

33 Eddy Street 
Business 
Diana can always be seen with a 
cheerful smile walking through the 
corridors of W.H.S. with Linda, 
Claire, and Kathy. Her future plans 
include college. Good luck, Diana! 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 4, 
Yearbook Staff 4 




Arthur Robert McKinnon 

178 Charles Street 
Vocational 
Arthur plans to further his educa- 
tion in drafting. 




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Myra McLaughlin 

9 Gardner Street 

General 

"I've been dazed and confused for 
so long . . . it's not true." 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




the leaves 

fall 

and become 

brown and withered 

they die 

but the leaves 

always come back. 

cautiously at first 

afraid of being 

rejected again. 

the hurt still fresh 

but they try 

they always try 




Robert McMahon 

789 Lincoln Street 

College 

Sports and a few girls have made 
life at W.H.S. livable for Bob, but 
at the 2:30 bell you could find him 
on his bike and "riding". 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 4, Base- 
ball 2, 3, Suimming 2, 3, (Cap- 
tain-4), Ski Club 4 



Let us be like that 

try to make 

our bubble-dreams 

become reality 

and not 

be so sensitive 

to words 

that can hurt so much. 

Let's stay with our dreams 

hold onto them 

but gently 

or 

the dreams 

will wither and die — 

like the leaves. 

DlANNE COX 



William McManus 

89 Chester Lane 
Business 




Jane Elizabeth McNamara 
126 Virginia Road 
Business 
"Lucifer and the fallen angels, plus 
one." Jane can always be found 
fluffing around with Marie, Janet, 
and the Blue Station-wagon Ban- 
shees. "Aw, Come on!" 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Bas- 
ketball 4 








Anne M. McNamara 

126 Virginia Road 

College 

One year at W.H.S. proved interest- 
ing for this S.M.H. transfer. Anne 
is usually seen fluffing around with 
Worm. Eilish, Dotty, and Rita. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Bas- 
ketball 4 




Samuel Mega 

33 Bacon Street 

College 



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Karen Megerdichian 

8-9 Garden Circle 
College 
Who can blame me if I cherish 
the belief that the world is still 
young — that there are great pos- 
sibilities in store for it. 

— Tyndall 



Peter J. Miele 

78 Fiske Street 
College 
"Should anyone ask, I was never 
here!" 

ACTIVITIES: Track 2, History 
Club 2. 3. 4, Italian Club 3, 4, 
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 




Jeanne Melvin 

90 Beaner Street 
Business 
You could always see this attractive, 
quiet girl walking from class to 
class with Bev or Anne. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




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Deborah Milinazzo 

116 College Farm Road 

College 

Debbie's oneness in being is her 
most notable trait. She stood on her 
own two feet and searched for the 
answers to questions that most 
people did not even understand. 




Donna Meola 

131 Main Street 
College 
We should all be concerned about 
the future because we will have to 
spend the rest of our lives there. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, Crim- 
son Crier 4, Senior Revue 



Jan Milinazzo 

100 Bright Street 
College 

Jan can always be found running 
down the corridors with Barbara 
after the late bell, or bombing up 
to Brighams with all the gang in 
Evan. This bright eyed senior has 
hopes for a career as an airline 
hostess. 

ACTIVITIES: Cnmsonnette 2, 3, 
Prom Committee 3. Talent Show 
3, 4, Senior Revue 




Carol Merriam 

23 Church Street 
Business 
Carol enjoyed her classes with Mr. 
Steinberg. Carol's plans include 
entering IBM school soon after 
graduation. 





Mary Lou Milioto 

151 Felton Street 

Business 



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Warren Mogan 

7 Pearl Street 

Vocational 




Robert Monaco 
118 Berkley Street 
College 
Since you have asked my opinion, 
I can say with all due frankness 
that the most important factor of 
my stay here at Waltham High is 
that I have eaten 147 chocolate 
chip cookies in the past three years. 
ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Band and 
Studio Orchestra 2, 3 



Joseph Milner 

243 School Street 
College 




Gail Montgomery 
1324 Trapelo Road 
Business 
"All right you silly rabbits, we've 
made it!" You can always see 
Gail hopping down the hall with 
her funny bunny friends, Paula, 
Myra, Joanne, and Chris. 
ACTIVITIES: Library 4 





Paula Milner 

243 School Street 
Business 




Judy Moran 
49 Ellery Road 
College 
Next to nothing for use 
But a crop is a crop 
And who's to say where 
The harvest shall stop. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, F.T.A. 
Senior Revue, Spanish Club 



Christine Molonea 

92 Fuller Street 
College 
Basketball, yoyos, and suds rate 
high with this senior. Chris en- 
joyed all the space rides with the 
kids and hopes to space in her 
own VW someday. 
ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, Talent 
Show 3, 4, Senior Revue, Basket- 
ball 2, 3 (Co-captain) 4, Volleyball 
2, Softball 2, junior Prom Com- 
mittee 




Stephen Morin 

84 Upton Road 
College 
Nazar, who is preparing for the 
long road to college, can be found 
enjoying the good life. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4 




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John Morizio 

13 Wilson Road 

College 

Friendly Tohn, a credit to our 
school, plans to attend college after 
graduation. He will long be re- 
membered by teachers who have 
been inspired by his determination 
and hard work. 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis 4 




Richard Muise 

17 McKenn Street 

Work-Study 



Thomas Morrison 

380 Lexington Street 
College 

Tom is interested in silversmithing 
and leathertooling. 
ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 2, 3, 4. 
(Co-captain 4), in charge of green- 
house and animal rooms 




Patrick Mula 
678 Trapelo Road 
College 
Patrick, who enjoyed first lunch 
with Bob, Jim, Bill, and Ben, con- 
sidered Mr. Steinberg's English 
class his favorite. 
ACTIVITIES: Track 2, Cross Coun- 
try 2, Ecology Club 3 





Laura Mozie 

39 Common Street 
Business 
Laura's personality has always been 
shown in her steno class. Her 
cheery laughter could be heard in 
the halls of W.H.S. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Tal- 
ent Shoiv 4, Yearbook Staff 4 




Patricia Ann Muldoon 
643 Trapelo Road 
College 
Pat will best be remembered plan- 
ning activities for the Latin Club 
and working on the first Latin Club 
newspaper. When not in Mrs. 
Cheng's room, she could always be 
found in the Yearbook office with 
Debbie, Judy, Peggy, and Kathy. 
ACTIVITIES: French Club 2. 3, 
Ecology Action Committee 3. 
Model U.N. 3, FORUM 3, 4. Latin 
Club 2. 3, (President-4), Latin Club 
Representative at Latin Convention 
3, Senior Revue, Yearbook Staff 4. 
Honor Society 3, 4 



Cindy Mucci 

88 Fiske Street 

Business 

Cindy plans to go on to business 
school. 




Barbara Mullaney 

32 Pleasant Street 
Business 
"Catch ya later" Barb could usually 
be seen running around the cor- 
ridors talking about the Bruins and 
Red Sox! She enjoyed second lunch 
with friends Mary Ellen, Marie, 
Kathy, and Diane. Her favorite 
class was English with Mr. Col- 
lins. Her future plans include busi- 
ness school. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club, Senior Re- 
vue 




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John F. Muller 

53 Sartell Road 
Vocational 
John's future plans include attend- 
ing Wenthworth Institute and 
traveling. 



Judith A. Murray 

29 Albemarle Road 
College 

"I want to LIVE, not merely sur- 
vive." "Keep Smiling" Judy plans 
to attend teacher's college after 
graduation. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 3, Span- 
ish Club 3, Talent Show 2, Arch- 
ery 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Crimsonnette 
2, 3, Senior Revue, Drama Club 2, 
Chorus 2, 3, Complimentary Mem- 
ber of the Woman's Club 4 




Roger Munroe 

84 Robbins Street 

Vocational 

Skippy plans to enter the service. 





Thomas Myers 

270 Beal Road 
College 
Tom plans to learn a trade in auto- 
motives after high school and will 
try to see a little of the country 
before he starts a racing career. 




Carlene R. Murphy 

159 Hawthorne Road 
College 
Affectionately known as "Murph", 
Carlene is constantly whizzing in 
and out of the A.V. office. The 
Crimson Crier has taken giant steps 
under the direction of this talented 
Editor-in-Chief. 

ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 3, 
(Editor-in-Chief 4), Drama Club 3, 
4, Junior Prom Committee, Ecolog- 
ical Action Committee 3, FORUM 
4, H.Y.P. 4, Chorus 4, Senior Re- 
vue, Talent Show 3, 4, Language 
Office 3 



Don Myshrall 

23 Chester Lane 
Business 
Don can be found during the sum- 
mer painting houses all over New 
England. During the winter, he 
could be found with Mr. Belliveau 
in major sessions. 




Robert Murphy 

30 Gordon Street 
College 





Sandra Nagle 

24 Beaver Street 

College 
Sandy is planning to go to college 
after graduation. 

ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 3, 4, Sen- 
ior Revue 



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Bernice Nathanson 

1795 Trapelo Road 

Business 

"Without friends no one would 

choose to live, though he had all 

other goods." 

— Aristotle 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, Spanish 
Club 2, Senior Revue 





Deborah Ann Newis 

17 Dix Street 
College 
Debbie enjoys Chemistry, Biology, 
traveling, and listening to records 
with her friends Kathy and Tudy. 
Future plans include a nursing 
career. Good luck at St. Eliza- 
beth's, Deb! 

ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 4. His- 
tory Club 4. Library Council 4. 
National Honor Society 4, Year- 
book Representative 2, 3, 4, Year- 
book Staff 4 




Margaret Navien 

9 Caldwell Road 

College 

Margie enjoys working with small 

children and hopes to teach them 

in the future. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 
F.T.A. 3, Chorus 4, Chorale 4, 
Senior Revue, Talent Show 3, 4 



Judith A. Nicholson 

73 Warren Street 
College 
This cute senior can be seen in 
the halls with either Margie or Sue. 
She enjoyed Mrs. Shirley's English 
class. Her future plans are to teach 
the deaf and mute. 
ACTIVITIES: C.A.P. 2. 3, 4, Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Spanish 
Club 3, French Club 2, 3, Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 4 




Frederick A. Neal 
41 Arbor Lane 
College 
Fred will never forget those great 
times at Brandeis with Steve, Bill, 
Terry, and Allen, and especially 
those Ridgewood parties. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 4, Walt- 
ham Teen Council 4, Senior Revue 





Sue Nicotera 

21 Autumn Lane 
College 
Between working at Cronin's and 
doing her beautiful sewing, Sue 
can be found having fun with 
Betsy. Joni, Jane and the rest of 
the kids. 

ACTIVITIES: Home Room Rep. 3. 
Junior Prom Committee, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show 4 




Elise Nessolini 

112 Longfellow Road 
College 
Chinese food and big bashes rate 
high with this brown-eyed senior. 
"Ness" can always be found rap- 
ping with Chris in the girls' room 
and using her favorite expression 
"There's no way". Future plans in- 
clude Dental assisting. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3. Italian 
Club 2, Ski Club 2, 3. 4, (Secre- 
tary 4), Senior Revue, Talent Show 

4 



Timothy E. Nolte 

248 Ash Street 

Business 

Tim plans to go to a business school 

and join his father's small business. 

ACTIVITIES: Library 3 




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Barbara Noonan 

208 Beal Road 
College 

Barb enjoys watching the football 
games on Saturday afternoons. Her 
future plans include nursing school. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Pep Squad 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, French Club 
4 



Ken O'Brien 

162 Newton Street 

Work-Study 

After graduation Ken hopes to go 
to a trade school for auto mechan- 
ics and to fulfill his duty in the 
service. 




Steven Noonan 

44 Sartell Road 

Business 

Steve has no future plans except a 
few years in the service. 





Colleen O'Connell 

30 Porter Road 

College 

"You have not converted a man, 

just because you have silenced 

him." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Drama 2, 

Waltham Hotline 3, 4 



Hratch Nuyujukian 

56 Robbins Street 
College 

"Hraj", our Middle East import, 
will long be remembered by his 
friends at Waltham High for his 
great personality and his "Mathe- 
matical Genius". 

ACTIVITIES: Armenian Evangeli- 
cal College, Beirut, Lebanon, His- 
tory Club 2, Science Club 3, 4, 
Bible Club 3, 4, A.V. 4 





Pam Nutile 

24 Brookway Court 
Business 
Nursing is where Pam is headed. 
Usually seen in the halls asking 
for John's cookies, she loves Chi- 
nese food, cats, and people. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



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Marguerite Ohnemus 

30 Greenwood Lane 
College 
Excitement was . . . Spending her 
February vacation in Switzerland 
with W.H.S. Ski Cub . . . Sailing 
a Sculfish on Nantucket Sound. 
Margie is planning to work for the 
airlines in the future. 
ACTIVITIES: Girls Sports 2, 3, 4, 
Pep Squad 2, "This Week at 
W.H.S." , Ski Club 3, 4, Drama 2, 
Latin Club 3, 4, Senior Revue 



Vincent Olivo 

101 Central Street 
College 
When not presiding over the Sen- 
ior Class, Oli is driving around 
town in his inconspicuous getaway 
van. 

ACTIVITIES: Class President 4, 
Studio Orchestra 2, 3. 4, Band 2, 
3, 4, Teen Canteen, Ski Club, Jun- 
ior Prom Committee, Senior Prom 
Committee, A. A. 2, 3, 4 




Stephen O'Kane 

89 Colonial Avenue 

College 

Steve enjoyed his stay at W.H.S., 
but is glad to be moving on. 
ACTIVITIES: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Editor 
of Crimson Crier 4 





Eileen O'Reilly 

65 Midland Drive 
College 

When Eileen's "Irish eyes" are 
smiling . . . it's good. 
When Eileen's "Irish temper" kicks 
up . . . it's bad. 

This girl sang every song there 
was to sing and did it with more 
warmth than the sun. She shared 
many a tear and laugh with her 
friends. 

ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 4. Crim- 
sonnette 2, 3. (Captain), Drama 
Club 2 3,4, Music Man 2. Tea 
House 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, 
Junior Prom Committee, Senior 
Revue, Language Lab Assistant 2, 
Latin Club 2, Chorus 4, Teen Can- 
teen 4 




Carol Olbrys 

60 Charlotte Road 
College 
"Spinning wheels must go round," 
as Carol hopes to continue roller 
skating. Happiness was seeing a 
Bruin's game in New York with 
Margie. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 4, English 
Office 2. 3, This Week at Walt ham 
High Staff ?, 4, Debate Club 2, 4, 
Senior Revue 



Kathleen A. O'Rielly 

15 Robbins Street 
College 

Limitless energy makes Kathy a 
plugger, so she deserves much from 
the future. A sincere smile and 
willing hands made her a welcome 
member of Forum and the Year- 
book ^raff. 

ACTIVITIES: Latin Club 2, Ger- 
man Club 2, 3. 4, (Vice President 
4), Forum 3. 4. (Secretary 4), Li- 
brary Council 2, ?, 4, Yearbook 
Staff 4, "This Week At Waltham 
High" Staff 4, Class Day and Grad- 
uation Committee 




Richard Oliva 

66 Kingston Road 
College 
"Garcia" ... is often seen around 
with Kenny, Jackie, Drew, and 
Tommy. He will be remembered 
for the short-lived fame of his 
"55" Chevy. 





Fred E. Owens 

18 Pearl Street 
College 
Fred plans to continue his educa- 
tion for the benefit of the world. 



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Christine Paige 

45 Chestnut Street 
College 
"Hang on to your hopes, my friend 
That's an easy thing to say, 
But if your hopes should pass away 
Simply pretend that you can build 
them again." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorale 3, 4, Chorus 
Accompanist 2, 3, 4, (Vice-Pres., 
Treasurer 3), Girls' Chorus Accom- 
panist 2, 3, 4, M.I.A.C. 3, 4, 
Northeastern District Chorus 3, 4, 
Talent Show Accompanist 2, Na- 
tional Honor Society (Vice-Pres.) 

3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.P. 
(Secretary) 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 

4, Crimsonnettes 2, 3, Drama Club 
2, Latin Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4 



Regina Pacitti 

252 Linden Street 
College 
"The most important thing is not 
to be afraid to be human." 
ACTIVITIES: Social Studies Office 
2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish 
Club 3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, "The 
Man Who Came To Dinner", 
Opening Night", . "Bontche Sch- 
weig", "Crawford Arnold", Mas- 
sachusetts High School Drama 
Festival All State Cast, Massachu- 
setts Speech Festival (Finalist), Mr. 
Belliveau's Office 2, National 
Honor Society 3, 4, Library Coun- 
cil 2, 3, National Thespian Society 
3, 4, F.O.R.U.M., Complimentary 
Member of Walt ham Woman's 
Club 4, "This Week At Waltham 
High" 3, 4, Mirror Editor 4 





Pete Pappas 

26 Orange Street 
College 
This good-looking Greek can us- 
ually be found bombing around in 
his yellow Camaro or on the foot- 
ball field. Either way, he scores! 
Future plans include college and 
girl watching. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, 
Basketball 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show 



Christine Pappargeris 

42 Piedmont Avenue 
Business 
As Chris walks down the hall you 
can hear her say "Ya Right!" You 
can find Chris at Tony's with Ellen, 
Lorraine, and Judy, and of course, 
Ron. 





Greg Panjian 

798 Trapelo Road 

College 

"Da Bear" can be seen proceeding 

at supersonic speed towards Poker 

Flats in THE G.T.O. 




Paul Parisi 

47 Woodcliff Drive 

College 

"Stay, or flee 

As you must — 

Uncountable the ways 

We seek ourselves." 

Whether you search for yourself at 

Princeton or on the tennis courts, 

we wish you luck. Peace. 

ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 2, 3, 

4, Debate Club 3, Student Council 

3, 4, (President), Honor Society 3, 

4, (President), Massachusetts Asso- 
ciation of Student Councils 3, 4, 
(Vice-President), Eastern Massachu- 
setts Association of Student Coun- 
cils 3, 4, (President) 



Gilda Jeanne Papia 

66 Greenwood Lane 
College 
College is ahead for this petite sen- 
ior. When not at cheering practice, 
Gilda can be found in a little bit 
of everything at W.H.S. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama 2, 3, 4, 
Cheerleader 4, Pep Squad, Summer 
Theatre, FT. A. 4, French Club 4, 
Ski Club 2, 3, Talent Show 3, 4, 
Senior Revue, Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, Italian Club 4, Mr. Mor- 
ang's Office, This Week at Walt- 
ham High 4, Junior Achievement 




Gary R. Parrella 
33 Pierce Street 
College 
Pinky, a member of the local Mafia, 
will be remembered for the "daring 
hospital job". Bopping around town 
with the guys, and being a show 
stopper with his drumming, have 
taken up most of his time. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Home- 
room Representative 3, Junior 
Prom Committee, Teen Canteen, 
Student Council 3, A A. 




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Mary-Ann Patterson 

105 Bacon Street 

Business 

Today is the first day of the rest of 

your life. 




Diane L. Perkins 

10 Cleveland Road 

College 

Diane is going into nursing as a 
career. 



Gerard H. Pelletier 

34 School Street 
Vocational 




Steven Perkins 

32 Hagar Lane 
College 
Perk can be seen wandering 
through Waltham with Flea and 
Dave. Lake George will be hit 
hard this summer by the trio. Chi- 
nese food and "the little things of 
life" keep Steve happy. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, Hockey 
3, Homeroom Representative 3, 
Senior Revue 





Wayne Penney 

78 Mallard Way 
College 
Next time you plan to take a 
plane someplace think twice be- 
cause Wayne is planning to be a 
pilot. 




Virginia Peros 

215 Doty Street 
College 
If you think Gin only comes in a 
bottle, think again! Gin is an 
intoxicating, bubbly and lovable 
cheerleader. No matter how you 
take her, she'll warm your soul. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4. Talent Show 

2, 3. 4, Senior Revue, Cheerleader 

3, 4, {Captain 4), junior Prom 
Committee 



Anthony A. Penzone 

27 Cheryl Lane 
College 
To Mr. Viens, I leave a razor, Mr. 
McKnight, Anacin, and to Mt. Bel- 
liveau, my most cherished posses- 
sion, my inexhaustable supply of 
blue slips. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2, 
Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Track 2 




Karen Perperas 

147 Lake Street 
Business 
Planning to work in the hospital 
as a career and travel around 
Europe. She can usually be seen 
with Rose, Pam, and Niki. 




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Donald Petersen 

31 Hartwell Street 

College 

Donald, an avid hockey fan, plans 
to go to college. 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 3, 4 




Dave Phillips 

22 Endicott Street 
Distributive Ed. 
"Phil" can often be seen with Pete 
at Jolly Burger. He enjoys ham 
and cheese, subs and hamburgers. 
ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4, DECA Conference, New 
York, Walt ham Chapter Order of 
DeMolay 





Karen L. Petersen 

114 Hillcrest Road 
Business 
Karen, who came to use from Hull 
High, could be heard calling to 
Bev, "meet me at the flag pole" 
or laughing in study with Bev. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, 
Drama Club 4, Art Club 3, 4 




Peter Piantedosi 

103 Central Street 
College 
Dosi (and his love for ravioli and 
lasagna) will be remembered rid- 
ing in the "War Wagon" to Mac- 
Donald's with Blanch, Curtin, Sega, 
and Pinky. Oh . . . Peter! . . . 
ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen, Band 
2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Talent Show 
2, 3, 4, Stage Band 4 



Ken Peterson 

278 Warren Street 

Distributive Ed. 

"Pete" can always be seen with 
Janice eating Chinese food. 
ACTIVITIES: President of Walt- 
ham DECA Chapter 4, DECA Con- 
ference — New York 




Stephen Piazza 
15 Kenwood Lane 
College 
Steve plans to major in music edu- 
cation and later become a music 
teacher. 

ACTIVITIES: Waltham High Band 
2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Debating Club 
2, G.B.Y.W.E. 4 





Charles Pheeney 

160 Myrtle Street 

Vocational 

"Dexter" hopes to travel around 
the country, possibly to California. 
Later he may ioin the service. 




Henry Anthony Pilla Jr. 

40 Pierce Street 
Vocational 
Hank liked eating subs in the Shop 
with the guys. He plans to go into 
the Navy or get married. Best sub- 
ject was shop with Mr. Capp and 
Mr. Morrell. 



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life. 




Joseph Pinzone 

144 Ellison Park 

Business 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom 
sentative (Alternate) 2, 3 



Repre- 



David Poldoian 

205 Warren Street 
College 
We are the hollow men 
We are the stuffed men 
Leaning together 

Headpiece filled with straw. Alas! 
Shape without form, shade without 

colour. 
Paralyzed force, gesture without 
motion; . . . 

T. S. Eliot 
ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 3, 
Student Council (Vice-Pres. 4), 
Senior Revue 





Paula Pilon 

12 Chester Lane 
Business 




Judith Ann Potas 

47 Francis Street 
Business 
Judi "Kitten" is always smiling 
and usually can be seen with Vinny 
in his GTO. Her future plans in- 
clude marriage and becoming a 
legal secretary. She can also be 
found at lunch with the Stenos 
Kathy, Barbara, and Jackie saying, 
"Stenos don't do that." 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, Nurse's Office 3- Talent 
Show 3. 4, Mr. Belliveau's Office 4, 
Yearbook 4 



Donna Pinzone 

14 Lafayette Street 
Business 
Future plans are modeling school 
and Jackie, Jackie, and Jackie. You 
can find Donna in Sal's making 
boxes and talking to all the girls. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Bas- 
ketball 4 




Jayne Powers 

72 Tolman Street 
Business 
Tayne can be found at either Burger 
King or Tony's Spa with Tanet, 
Sue. Richie and the gang. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3, 4, Business 
Office 4 




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Marilyn Pratt (Myke) 

135 Ellison Park 

College 

"I'm getting closer to my home." 

ACTIVITIES: G.A.P. 2, 3, Ecology 

Action Club 







Karen Quagliozzi 

43 Upland Road 
College 
0, the bubbly blonde bombshell of 
a cheerleader, can be found at all 
W.H.S. functions. Her smile will 
long be remembered by the people 
of Waltham High and her raids 
with Jayne, Jane, and Deb will long 
be remembered by the people of 
Waltham. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Drama 
Club 2, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, Gym Club 4, Ski 
Club 2 



Glenn Priest 

11 Warwick Avenue 
College 
You can always find Glenn in the 
music rooms accompanying the 
chorus for Mr. Kennedy. He plans 
to attend music school, Julliard or 
Curtis Institute of Music, to reach 
his one aim of becoming a concert 
pianist. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. 3, 4, 
M.l.A.C. 3, 4, Chorale 2, 3, 4, 
Language Lab Assistant 2, 3, Drama 
Club 3, French Club 2, Senior Re- 
vue Talent Show 




Thomas Quinn 

37 Hollace Street 
College 





Bobby Provencher 

5 Summit Street 

College 

Plans to replace Wally Brinn as 

next Waltham High hockey coach. 

ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2, 3, 4 




Karen G. Raczkowski 

20 Charles Street 
College 
"Friendship is the most precious 
treasure of all." Karen could always 
be found with Dube, Donna B., 
and Jenny. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4 



Michel Provencher 

5 Summit Street 
College 

"I do my thing and you do your 

thing. 
I am not in this world to live up 

to your expectations 
And you're not in this world to 

live up to mine, 
You are you and I am I, and if by 

chance we find each other. 
It's beautiful." 




Richard Randolph 

31 Curve Street 
Vocational 




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Karen M. Ranno 

75 Florence Road 
College 
"Love all, trust a few, do wrong 
to none." Karen's favorite pastimes, 
besides Keith, are going to Bruins 
games and running the Gerry Chee- 
vers fan club. 

ACTIVITIES: Science Office 3, 
Italian Club 4, Senior Revue, Crim- 
son Crier Distributor 4, Ward Rep- 
resentative 4 




Gerald Riccio 

32 Bennett Street 
Business 



Karen L. Remal 
145 Whitman Road 
College 
"Let's start the music and dance," 
says this attractive and talented sen- 
ior. Karen is a genuine person 
who shows love and concern for 
people which will help her in her 
chosen field of Physical Therapy. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Latin Club 
2, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 
Talent Show 3, 4, Decorating Com- 
mittee of junior Prom, Reagle 
Players, Senior Revue, Yearbook 
Staff, Pep Squad 2 




Leonce Richard 

19 Castle Street 
Vocational 

Leonce would like to learn more 
about welding and maybe have his 
own business. 





Stephen Ricci 

659 Trapelo Road 

Vocational 




Glen David Richardson 

52 Irving Street 
College 
This well-rounded senior can al- 
ways be seen with a broad smile 
on his face while enjoying his 
favorite pastimes which are sports. 
Band and Drama. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, ?, 4, 
Football 2, Ski Club 4 



Stephen Ricciato 

46 Everett Street 
College 




Anthony V. Rigoli 

187 Brown Street 

College 

Tony can be seen in the halls of 

W.H.S. He'll forget it the day he 

leaves it. 




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James A. Rigoli 

11 Bedford Street 
College 
Jimmy can usually be found run- 
ning down the halls after Karen or 
riding around with "Bud", Kevin, 
and the boys. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Ski 
Club 



Frank Roberge 

3 Benjamin Road 
Vocational 




Janet Rizzo 
10 Westbrook Circle 
College 
"Louie" can usually be found down 
Tony's with Jayne and the kids. 
Her favorite saying is "If I've only 
one life, let me live it a-head." 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. Levey's Office 4 





Deborah Robertson 

24 Lowell Street 
College 

"Everything has been thought of 

before, 
but the difficulty . . . 
is to think of it again.'* 

Goethe 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonettes 2, 3, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Jr. Prom Committee, Ad Hawk 
Committee 3, Teen Canteen 4, 
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Senior House Staff 




Janice Roach (Theola) 

15 Sunnyside Street 

Business 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2 



Bonnie J. Robichaud 

70 Potter Road 

College 

Bonnie, a future nurse, simply 

wishes "Good Luck" to everyone 

at W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2,3,4, 
Senior Revue, Chorus 2, News- 
paper Staff 3, 4 




Jim Roach 

15 Liberty Street 
Business 





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Diana Robichaud 

27 Moore Street 
Business 
Diana will always remember her 
friends and the not so good times 
at W.H.S. She could be seen run- 
ning to her locker at 2:30 trying 
to beat the other kids. 



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Ivan "Paul" Robichaud 

24 Gordon Street 
Vocational 
Paul will never forget the good 
times he shared in Machine Shop 
with friends Mike and Roger. They 
all say Mr. McClosky is great. 
Future clans include the service. 
ACTIVITIES: Water skiing 2, Hoc- 
key 2 





Evelyn Rodriguez 

97 Lexington Street 
Business 
You can usually see Eve with Carol 
and Debbie every morning in 
room 272 . . . Eve plans a career 
either as an airline hostess or a 
secretary. 




John Thomas Robichaud 

45 Wheelock Road 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Track and Cross 
Country Teams 2, National Honor 
Society 2, 3. 4, History Club 2, 3, 
4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Crimson 
Crier 4, Class Treasurer 4 



Linda L. Rosen 

191 Hardy Pond Road 
College 

Love is a river that is so deep and 
fast flowing that most drown. 
ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2, 3, 
4, Senior Revue 







Romeo Robichaud 

1481/2 School Street 
Vocational 





Maryellen Ross 

35 Gore Street 
Business 
Maryellen plans to attend Business 
School after graduation. She looks 
forward to getting a car — Better 
Watch Out! 




David J. Rochatka 

20 Montview Avenue 
College 
Let us not desert our country in 
its hour of need; the U.S. is not 
perfect; no country is, but she 
could be a great nation one day. 
ACTIVITIES: German Club 3, 4, 
Chemistry Club 2, Rifle Club 2, 4 



Stephen Roth 

1 1 Fuller Street 
College 
Steve can be seen walking around 
the halls wishing he wasn't here. 




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Jane E. Roughsedge 
45 Rosewood Drive 
College 
Jane's flashing smile and sparkling 
personality will undoubtedly take 
her far in future years, for she .is 
truly a genuine person who brings 
laughter and warmth to all who 
know her. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Talent 
Show 4, Yearbook Business Alana- 
ger, Chorus 




"Emptiness" 

The hallways filled with voices; 

empty 
The football field filled with joy, sadness, cheers; 

empty 
The auditorium filled with "Applause"; 

empty 
The gymnasium filled with excitement, disappointments, and 
screaming; 

empty 
Crying, laughing, happiness, sadness, trying to hold 
on forever, but letting go . . . it's all over and now; 

empty 

Donna Testa 




George Roy 

43 Walnut Street 
Business 



Louise Roy 

12 Caldwell Road 
College 




Be a prayer. 

A plea whispered in the dark by all who live and die. 
Be peace. 

A quiet, free peace that everyone yearns for. 
Be a friend. 

A loyal, thoughtful friend that we all hope to meet 

in our lives. 
Be love. 

A content, lasting love that life demands for existence. 
But most of all, 
Be yourself. 

An individual that all can appreciate, respect and love. 
And in this individualism we will find a prayer, peace, 
a friend and love. 

Sue Gagnon 



Laurie Ruggiero 

47 Bowker Road 
College 
Laurie can usually be heard talk- 
ing, talking, TALKING! If she's 
not with Maura and the Super 
Duper Kids, then she's visiting 
her favorite teacher, Mr. Kennedy. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep 
Squad 2, M.l.A.C. 4, G.A.P. 3. 4, 
Chorale 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Senior 
Revue 





Susan M. Roy 

22 Prentice Street 

College 

Some of Susan's favorite memories 
of Waltham High will be meet- 
ing Al after second lunch and her 
friends Sue and Judy. Sue's class- 
mates will remember her teacher's 
saying, "Is Susan absent again?" 
and "Okay, you're excused from 
gym." 




Craig Lloyd Russell 

99 Cedarwood Avenue 
Business 
ACTIVITIES: Alt. Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3, 4 



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Joseph Ryan 

135 Kingston' Road 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 



Sheila M. Salvato 

62 Seminole Avenue 
Business 
A young energetic girl seeking the 
very best in life. 




Mark Ryberg 

3 Woodlawn Avenue 
College 
Mark, known as "Waterman" by 
friends Kurt, Bobby, and Danny, 
can always be found at the "Cor- 
ner" or in Mrs. MacClary's study 
looking for Jackie. 
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4 





Joe Salvucci 

429 Lexington Street 

College 

Material things are of no value. 

M'.n has only what is in his mind. 

ACTIVITIES: Track Team 4 




Paul "Cy" Ryberg 

73 Bacon Street 
Business 
"Cy", whose hardest periods were 
cafe, gym, and studies, can be 
found at the Boys' Club at night. 
He plans to enter the Navy after 
High School. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4 



Stephen Sampson 

25 Beaver Street 
College 
Steve will always remember W.H.S. 
and his homeroom periods with 
Miss Cairnes, handing out forms 
and threatening the kids to have 
them in on time. 




Nancy Saltzberg 
74 Tudor Street 
College 
College-bound Nancy can be seen 
"space" driving with Debbie or 
devouring a roastbeef sub with 
Bobby. 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Drama 2, 
3, F.T.A. 3, Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3, Ad Hawk Committee 
3, German Club 2, 3, Latin Club 
2, Language Lab 2 





Glenn Samuel 

44 Turner Street 

College 

Glenn is happiest when he's not in 

W.H.S. 

ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3 




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Richard K. Sanasarian 

1 1 1 Ravenswood Road 
College 
A thoughtful boy with a challeng- 
ing future ahead of him. 



Karen A. Scafidi 

50 Murray Street 
College 

"Our main aim in life 

Is to find someone, 

Who will help us 

To find ourselves." 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, 

G.A.P. 3, Language Office 3, 4, 

Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Revue 4, 

Chorus 2, 4, M.l.A.C. 4, Chorale 4 




Joseph R. Santangelo 

172 Circle Drive 
College 
Joe will always remember history 
class with Miss Cairnes. 





James Scanlon 

84 Hawthorne Road 
College 
"What a piece of work is man 
How infinite in faculty 
Yet, to me, is this society 
His ultimate creation?" 
ACTIVITIES: Drama 2, Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Ecology Action 3 




Sylvia Saulnier 

140 Lowell Street 
Business 
Had fun at dances and enjoyed 
bothering a certain person. Sylvia 
also liked talking to Ann and Carol 
at lunch. 



Angela Schiappa 

214 School Street 

Business 

She plans her future in the business 

world. Little by little, she'll make 

her way to "Wall Street." 




Keith Sawin 

13 Barbara Road 
College 

Keith's favorite pastime was hid- 
ing Miss Cairnes' flower during 
homeroom. His favorite class was 
with Mr. Walker. 
ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 2, 3, 
Language Lab 2, 3, 4, J.V. Base- 
ball 3, 4 





Ann Schkuta 

676 Trapelo Road 

College 

"I'm going up the river." "I'm go- 
ing up the river . . ." 
ACTIVITIES: German Club 2, 3, 
4, History Club 3, 4, Russian Club 
4, Mirror Staff 4 



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Kathy Schopen 

29 Palmer Street 

Distributive Ed. 
Always with Johnnie, Kathy loves 
Chinese food and sad love movies 
on Saturday nights. 
ACTIVITIES: Waltham DECA 
Chapter, DECA Conference, New 
York (Secretary) 





Steven R. Segien 

41 Chase Road 

College 

Remember W.H.S.: "The woods 

are lovely dark and deep, 
But I have promises to keep 
And miles to go before I sleep. 
And miles to go before I sleep." 
ACTIVITIES: Outdoor Track, In- 
tramural Basketball 2, Cross Coun- 
try, Indoor and Outdoor Track, 
A.V. Staff, Newspaper, Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4 




John H. Schrimpf 

48 Canterbury Road 
College 
Boh . . . Pending Oblivion . . . Boh 
is always seen studying very hard 
in the Language Lab. "Benney" is 
one of his best friends. 
ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, Language 
Lab 



Joni Seidman 

41 Everett Street 
College 
"The world can only be made right 
when man tries to make it right: 
Give Peace A Chance." 
ACTIVITIES: G. A.?. —Treasurer 3, 
Art Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4 




Brian Schultz 

34 Marlborough Road 
College 
After serving in the Air Force, 
Brian plans to go on to a com- 
puter school. 





Gary Senarian 

39 Leitha Drive 

College 

Gary hopes to attend Lowell State 

and major in music. He enjoys 

playing solo and in bands. 




Mark Segalini 
20 Marlton Road 
College 
When not on missions with Mike, 
Blanch, Dennis, and the mobsters, 
Sega could be seen almost any 
block in the lounge. 
ACTIVITIES: Football 4, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show 4, Alternate 
Homeroom Representative 3, 4 



Jimmy Sennett 

56 Lyman Street 

Vocational 

Jimmy plans to continue his auto 
body trade. 




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Mark Shannon 
39 Beechwood Road 
College 
Playing harmonica while riding 
trains in Italy is Mark's idea of 
living. In addition to pursuing a 
college education, Mark would like 
to further his traveling experience. 




Michael D. Shea 

187 Hammond Street 
College 
After work at Brandeis, Mike en- 
joys the company of his friends 
Doug and Tim. 

ACTIVITIES: Band 2, 3, 4, Dance 
Band 2, 3, 4 



Joanna Sharpe 

172 Marguerite Avenue 
Business 




Deborah Ann Sherman 

6 Freemont Terrace 
College 
Deborah doesn't know what she 
wants to do when she graduates. 
Although she'll miss W.H.S., she's 
glad to be leaving. 





Joe Shaughnessy 

167 Beal Road 

College 

Joe likes basketball, cars, food, 
summer vacation, and the idea of 
finally graduating. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3, 4 




Jackie Shinnick 

39 Temple Road 
Business 
This avid skier, when not on the 
slopes with Paula, could be seen 
running to her shorthand classes. 
Jackie brings a "shine" every- 
where she goes; and hopefully, it 
will bring her to Florida. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Ski Team 4, Main Office 3, Teen 
Canteen 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Sen- 
ior Revue, Pep Squad, Mirror 4 



Julia Shaughnessy 

56 Bedford Street 
College 
A quiet, sincere girl with a gen- 
uine understanding of others, Julia 
is truly a friend to all. 




Debra Shulman 

56 Ravenswood Road 

Business 

Debra wishes good luck to the class 
of '71, and to her friends Carol, 
Evelyn, and Joni! 
ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 3, Sen- 
ior Revue 




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Brian D. Skinner 

205 Brown Street 

College 

"These three years were exciting." 

Brian hopes the rest of his life is 

too. 







Susan Marie Smith 

7 Brown Street 
Business 
If anyone should ask me to give a 
reason why I loved my friends, 
there could be only one answer: 
"Because they were they, and I 
was I." 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Li- 
brary Staff 2, 3 



Charles H. Smelledge 

87 Lyman Street 
College 

"My apologies to anyone I acci- 
dentally trampled on my way to 
lunch." 

ACTIVITIES: DeMolay 2, 3, 4, 
Drama Club 2, German Club 2, 
Russian Club 3, Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chor- 
ale 4 




Timothy E. Smith 

66 Rose Hill Way 

College 

"All the world's a stage, and all 
the men and women merely play- 
ers. They have their exits and 
entrances; and one man in his 
time plays many parts." 

— Shakespeare 
ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Outdoor 
Track 2, 3, 4, Crimson Crier 3,4, 
Senior Revue, Talent Show 4 





Carol A. Smith 

75 Grant Street 

Business 

Carol enjoyed the dances at W.H.S. 
and having lunch with Mai, Ann, 
and Syl. She hopes to succeed as a 
secretary in the near future. 




Barbara Ann Squires 

83 Columbus Avenue 

College 

"If God did not exist, it would be 
necessary to invent him." 



Elaine Smith 

113 Longfellow Road 
Business 
Elaine can usually be seen roaming 
the halls with Gayle and Cappa. 
Skiing and working keep Smitty 
busy. Her plans include college. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Kathleen Stahl 

50 Dix Street 

College 

Parties and boys rate high with 
this cute senior. Her talent in lan- 
guages will someday take her to 
Europe. Good luck, Yo-yo. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Tal- 
ent Show 3, Crimsonnette 2, 3, 
Softball 2, Spanish Club 3, French 
Club 2, Latin Club 2, Junior Prom 
Committee, Senior Prom Commit- 
tee 




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William M. Stanton 

27 Parmenter Road 
College 

(Six foot eight) Scare can always 
be found shooting a basketball 
either at Whittemore or in the 
Waltham High gym with Brad, 
Tommy, and Cincy. Big Bill hopes 
to go on to college where Basket- 
ball awaits him. 

ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
Senior Revue 





Carol Stepp 

45 Brewster Road 
College 

Carold could be seen walking into 
walls or wrong classes while think- 
ing about Jackie. Her sunshine 
smile could be seen when talking 
with Cathy and Joanne about the 
weekend "pajama parties." After 
graduation she plans to enter the 
business world. 

ACTIVITIES: Junior Class Senator 
3, Prom Committee 3, Senior Re- 
vue, F.T.A. 3, Senior Prom Com- 
mittee, Latin Club 2, Mr. Belli- 
reau's Office 2, 3, 4, Senate Fac- 
ulty 3 



time is formed of pieces 

each an ending 

each a start 
and morning 

with only promises of blazing brightness 
finds us 

standing beneath voices 

breaking over unaccustomed words 
finds us 

images of times and places 

we may still become 
and we 

who have just been awakened 
who have not yet become accustomed 

to the daylight 
must take care 

to listen 

to the softer voices 
and find our way 

between the slogans 

and the headlines 
a person 
is not molded 

cast 
or hidden by the ill-defined shadows 

but remains 
above the answers formed of fear 
and morning 

finds us each a person 

each his own. 

Ruth Corrigan 



Rodger Stonehouse 

17 Lyman Terrace 

Vocational 

The last three years were sure the 

best, 
The Voc. really does rate, 
And the teachers there are great; 
and I've never had a doubt. 




Bobby Sturtevant 

20 Underwood Park 
Work-Study 
A talented performer, Bobby hopes 
to entertain many with his singing. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, W.S. 
Club Treasurer 4 





Carol Stoney 

29 Floyd Street 
Business 
Carol could be seen down the 
halls because she was always late 
for classes. One of her favorite 
pastimes is riding around with 
Deb, Smitty, Cappa, and Gayle. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 




Larry Sullivan 

10 Trimount Avenue 
Work-Study 
ACTIVITIES: A.V. 2, 3 



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Linda Sullivan 

58 Potter Road 
College 
"We are known by what we are 
not." — Jerry Rubin 

"Tomorrow see the things that 
never come today." 

— Neil Young 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliveau's Of- 
fice 2, 3, 4 



Jeanne Laurel Sumner 

14 Montview Circle 
Business 
Because she is so happy-go-lucky, 
Laurie has made many friends these 
past three years at W.H.S. When 
not in Mr. B's office, Laurie could 
be heard coming down the halls 
saying "Hi Cutie" to Carol. 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. B's Office 3, 4, 
Spanish Club 3. Gymnastics 4, 
Senior Revue, Talent Show 4, 
Archery 2, Crimsonnette 2, 3 




Linda M. Sullivan 

38 Curtis Street 

College 

Blessed are the meek, for they shall 

inherit . . . 
Blessed is the lamb whose blood 

flows . . . 
Blessed are the sat upon, spat 

upon, ratted on . . . 
"Oh Lord why have you forsaken 

me?" 
ACTIVITIES: Russian Club 2, 3, 
4, Senior Revue 





David Suter 

69 Charlotte Road 

College 

David plans to attend college after 

finishing school. He would like to 

be an electrician. 




Michael Sullivan 

62 Hillcroft Road 
College 
Sully will never forget the good 
times he had in History class with 
Miss Kunkle. He hopes to attend 
college. 

ACTIVITIES: Intramural Basket- 
ball 3 



Jean Swyers 

83 Galen Street 
General 
Jean's main ambition is to go to 
Nursing school. Her favorite pas- 
times are going to Vermont and 
going out with Skip. 




Michael Sullivan 
90 Pond Street 
College 
After graduation, Mike plans to 
attend Art school, where he will 
prepare for a career in commercial 
art — advertising. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Art 
Club 4, Mirror Staff 4 





Joe Taranto 

1 106 Main Street 
Vocational 



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Paul G. Taranto 

57 Upland Road 
Vocational 

"Tonto" is planning to become 
a construction engineer after he 
comes back from California. Plans 
to build a Chevy to beat "Cal's" 
Ford or Hoss's Super Bug. 



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Donna Marie Testa 

15 Highland Street 

College 

This cute senior can always be 
found along side Wayne. Happiness 
to this cheerful girl is the close- 
ness of her friends and helping 
out in many activities — from 
marching on the football field to 
dancing in shows. 
ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 4, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, (Choreogra- 
pher 3, 4), Crimsonnettes 3, 4, 
(Captain 4), Senior Revue, National 
Thespian Society, junior Prom 
Committee, Yearbook Representa- 
tive 2, 3, 4 




Gail Tavener 

162 Barbara Road 

Business 

Gail who enjoyed Secretarial Duties 

with Mrs. Dorin plans to become a 

secretary after graduation. 





Edwin Thomas 

14 Hagar Street 
College 

"Ted" can usually be found around 
245 every morning talking with 
"Scare", Brad, and Brian. Next 
year he'll probably be found on 
a ship in Uncle Sam's Navy. 
ACTIVITIES: Football Team 2, 3, 
4 




Debbie Taylor 

205 Chestnut Street 
Business 
You'll never find Debbie without 
Anita and Billy. Her future plans 
are to attend floral designing 
school. 



William A. Thomas 

84 Pine Hill Circle 

College 

Bill will never forget his history 

class with Mr. Walker. Future 

plans include college. 




Helen Taylor 

7 Banks Street 
College 





Gail Thompson 

30 Dexter Street 
College 
When not with Ronnie, Gail could 
be seen in Mr. Sweeney's room 
with Evie, Chris, Debba, and the 
rest of the gang. Parting remarks — 
ZAP! 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 4, Chor- 
ale 4, Senior Revue, Talent Show 4, 
Senior House 3 



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Joan L. Tibbetts 

75 Boynton Street 
Business 
"A friend is a gift whose worth 
cannot be measured except by the 
heart." Joni can be seen on the 
bridge with Glen before school 
and rushing to third lunch after 
soc. class. 

ACTIVITIES: Drama Club 2, 3, 4, 
Crimsonnette 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, 
Chorus 2, This Week at Waltham 
High 4, Crimson Crier 4, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show 3, 4, Junior 
Prom Committee, National Thes- 
pian Society, National Honor So- 
ciety 4 





Joanne Travaline 

214 South Street 
College 
Joanne's Saturday night "Pajama 
Parties" will never be forgotten 
by friends. Walking to Mr. Stein- 
berg's class with Carol always 
brought a happy smile to her face. 
ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary 3, 
Prom Committee 3, Mr. B's Office 
4, Senate Faculty 3 




Virginia Christine Tocci 

129 Temple Road 
College 
Ginny. an outgoing senior, is in 
a little bit of everything at W.H.S. 
. . . Heh Heh! . . . snow skiing? 
. . . no, water skiing! . . . Let's go 
to Marshfield! Italians and Hawks 
will always rate on top with her. 
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
Crimsonnette 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 

3, 4, (Treasurer-4), Latin Club 2, 
F.T.A. 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 4, 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Teen Canteen 

4, Prom Committee 3, Senior Re- 
vue 



Lyn Trombley 

36 Summit Street 
Business 
Lyn will never forget her senior 
year with Claire and Tico. Her 
Saturdays were spent cheering the 
Hawks to victory. Plans include 
Business college. Good luck in the 
future! 

ACTIVITIES: Teen Canteen 2, 3, 
4, Ski Club 3, 4, Senior Revue, 
Talent Show 




Carol Anne Tousignant 

40 Whittier Avenue 

Business 

"Each of us was made by God 

beautiful in His mind's eye. 

Those of us that turned out sound 

should look across our shoulders 

once 
and help the weak ones to their 

feet." 
. . . "It only takes an outstretched 
hand." 
ACTIVITIES: Crimsonnette 2, 3, 
Cheerleader 4, Basketball 2, 3, 
Senior Revue, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, 
Tennis 2, Mirror Staff 4, Home- 
room Representative 2, 3, National 
Honor Society 4 








Keith Trott 

45 Myrtle Street 
College 
Keith, when not found with Karen, 
can be found hurdling, drumming 
or fixing his car. 
ACTIVITIES: W.H.S. Marching 
and Concert Band 2, 3, 4. Cross 
Country 3. 4. Outdoor Track 2, 3, 
4, Indoor Track 3. 4, Honor Society 
3, 4, Italian Club 4, Italian Club 
Reporter 4 




Joe Tranchita 

88 Russell Street 
College 

Being the well rounded captain of 
the hard working Track team, Joe 
has won respect from fellow team- 
mates, competitors, and friends. 
His flying feet will surely take him 
to high places. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4, Indoor & Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4, 
(Captain 4), A.V. 3, 4 



Eleanor Tulimieri 

209 Mokema Avenue 
Business 
"Come on Carl, baby" shouts 
"Baby Tulips" to Carl Yastrzemski 
every time she watches the game. 
Her plans are to work, then get 
married. 




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Robin Turcotte 

27 Leitha Drive 
College 
Mr. Talanian and Mr. Nelson put 
up with a lot as Robin and Carol 
discussed the crises of the day for 
the last two years during lunch 
study. After graduation Robin plans 
to attend college. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Prom 
Committee 3, 4 



Paul Valdanbrini 

38 Rockridge Road 

Vocational 

"Huge" plans to enlist in the Navy 
with his friend Ken. After fulfill- 
ing his time in the service, he plans 
to practice his printing trade. 




Maura Lee Tushin 

100 Brewster Road 

College 

INQUISITIVE "Tush" . . . 
Who? What? When? Where? 
Why? Where'd they go? 
ACTIVITIES: Language Lab Assist- 
ant 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 

3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4. Music Man 
2, Talent Show 2, 3, Senior Revue 

4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, 
Archery 2. Chorus 4, Junior Red 
Cross Volunteer, Waltham Teen 
Council 





Fred Vautour 

83 Cherry Street 
College 

Fred can be found at Ritcey's 80 
per cent of the time, and the other 
20 per cent goofing off with the 
girls and the guys. 



Jean Twomey 

19 Barnes Street 
College 
With a good sense of humor, this 
pretty senior plans to go to college 
and travel. Good Luck, Jean! 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, Ski Club 
2, Talent Show Production Staff 3, 
Senior Revue 








Carol Ann Umbrello 

1352 Main Street 
Business 
"Smily" is what you might hear 
friends calling Carol. These past 
three years have been memorable 
ones for her. She'll never forget 
all her friends; especially, Evelyn, 
Debbie, and Wendy. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue 



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Steve Venuti 

17 Wampum Avenue 
College 
"Love listening to top "40" Radio 
and hope some day to be a famous 
Rock N'Roll star and have hordes 
of Groupies following me around 

ACTIVITIES: Member of Drug 
Education Committee for Waltham 
Schools 4 



Frank Viola 

137 Princeton Avenue 
College 
When not found with the "Guys", 
Rick, Don, Jack, and Georges; 
Frank could be found at the Boston 
Garden watching the Bruins. 




Deborah Verhille 

9 Bradford Street 
Business 
Debbie will always remember the 
great times at W.H.S. with Moe, 
Elaine, Barb and Kathy. This well- 
liked Senior plans a career in the 
business-field. 

ACTIVITIES: Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, 
Year Book 4, Senior Revue 





Aldo Voci 

163 Summer Street 

College 

No one in this school will ever 
forget Aldo. especially any teachet 
who had him. He'll long be re- 
membered for waking 272 up in 
the morning. 







Lorraine Vigue 

15 Baldwin Road 
Business 
As Lorraine came floating down the 
hall, you could hear her say, "Hey, 
who has majors tonight!" 
ACTIVITIES: Main Office 4, Talent 
Show 3 






Stephen VonDohlen 

17 Andrea Road 
College 
Steve, when not with Gee, Mau- 
reen, Nancy, John, Jim or Bob, 
could be found soda jerking or 
playing hockey. 




Nancy J. Vinci 
130 Willow Street 
Business 
When not in school, Nancy can 
be found at Piece O' Pizza, of rid- 
ing around with Diane and Cindy. 
She plans to attend business school 
in the fall. 

ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Senior 
House Office 





David A. Walsh 

27 Rich Street 

College 

"It's a nice place to visit, but I 
wouldn't want to live here." 
ACTIVITIES: History Club 2, 3 



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Jayne Walsh 

50 Greer Street 
Business 
Jayne, when not mistaken for 
Karen"s rwin could be found at all 
the school activities. Her warm 
smile and sparkling eyes put up a 
good cover for her night raids 
with Jane, Deb, and Karen. 
ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 3. 4, 
Senior Reiue. Prom Committee 3. 
4. Sophomore Attendant 




Bruce Warren 

30 Grove Street 

College 



Lynn A. Walsh 

435 Lincoln Street 

College 

"Everybody says that these are the 

best years of our lives, but what 

they don't know won't hurt them.'' 




Donna Watson 
23 Waverly Street 
College 
After graduation Donna will con- 
tinue to nursing school for her 
R.N. 





Richard Walsh 
19 Albemarle Road 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Hockey 




Toni Watson 

23 Waverley Street 
Business 
Toni will remember the few prec- 
ious minutes ever morning with 
Mr. R., Donna, Worm, Deb, and 
Donald. She will enjoy the "Life 
of Rilev" after graduation. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2. Senior 
Revue 



Gary Ware 
29 Colonial Avenue 
College 
"ZAP" 

ACTIVITIES: Crimson Crier 2. 3. 
4, Physics Lab Assistant 4. Audio 
Visual 2. 3. 4. Television Studio 
3. 4, Stage Creu 2. 3- 4. Drama 
Club 3. 4 




Gail Weeks 
399 Crescent Street 
Distributive Ed. 
Gail's favorites are Italian and 
Chinese foods. She was always seen 
with Joey, Bobbv, and Diane. 
ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4 




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Deborah Welts 

49 Tomlin Street 

College 

When not cheering the Bruins, 
"Pie" could be found screaming 
"you mole" down the corridors of 
W.H.S. Lena's subs. Whoppers', 
and "Gung" food rate high with 
Deb, when out raiding with Karen, 
Jayne, and Jane. 

ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3, 
Talent Show 3, 4, Junior Prom 
Committee, Gym Club 4, Senior 
Revue, Ski Club, Senior Prom 
Committee. Yearbook Representa- 
tive 3, 4, French Club 3 




Judy White 
36 Curtis Street 
Business 
"You can say I want to be free, 
I can say some day I will be." 
— James Taylor 
ACTIVITIES: Mr. Belliieau's Of- 
fice 2, 3, 4 



Kevin Wessell 

12 Sharon Street 

Vocational 

Wentworth or the Marines are in 

Kevin's future. 

ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, 4 




Bruce Whitmore 

43 Harris Street 

College 

Bruce wants a long vacation, to 

go to college, and to raise a little 

bread. 





Susan M. Wheeler 
167 Beal Road 
Business 
"I find the greatest thing in the 
world is not as much where we 
stand as in what direction we are 
moving." 




June Whitney 

206 Lowell Street 
College 
You could see "Sam" running 
down the hall to power mechancs 
with Mr. Holihan. Her plans after 
gx-aduation include traveling and 
marriage. 
ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Office 4 



David M. White 

112 Bright Street 
College 
David could always be seen walk- 
ing in the corridors with Diana. 
ACTIVITIES: A.V. 




Robert Whitney 

45 Hawthorne Road 

College 

Bob really enjoyed those lunch 

periods with Bill, Jim, Tim, and 

Pat. 

ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 2, 3, 
4, Indoor Track 2, 3, 4, Outdoor 
Track 3, 4 




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Denise Wilkins 

108 Midland Drive 

College 

Denise's lovely personality and 
friendship will long be remem- 
bered by those around W.H.S. 
While supporting school functions, 
this girl has learned to love her 
class. 

ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 3, 4, 
Senior Revue, Crimsonnettes 3, 4, 
Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 
Drama Club 3, Production Staff of 
Talent Show 3 



Donald Worth 

49 Fairmont Avenue 

College 

Donald would like to enter the 

theatrical business and become a 

theater manager. 




Linda Jeanne Wilson 

171 Circle Drive 

Distributive Ed. 
Linda's best friends are Jan, Nancy, 
Maria, Cappa, and Connie. Her 
favorite expression is "Cool it". 
She plans to go into hairdressing 
and possibly to travel. 
ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4 





Benjamin C. Wright 

306 Lexington Street 

College 

Ben will try to forget the long, 

hard winters in the Boys' Club 

pool. 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming Team 3, 
4, National Honor Society 3, 4 




Howie Womboldt 

30 Hammond Street 
Business 
Try not to forget those great home- 
room periods with Mr. Roach, 
which Howie never saw. 



Elizabeth Wright 

156 Doty Street 
College 

"This is not the end. It is not even 
the beginning of the end. But it 
is, perhaps, the end of the be- 
ginning." 

ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2, 4. Talent 
Show 3, Tennis 3, 4, Senior Re- 
vue, Junior Prom Committee, 
P.T.A. 3, Drama Club 3, Pep 
Squad, Biology Lab Assistant 4, 
Mirror Staff 4 




Kathleen Patrice Womersley 

22 Wetherbee Road 
College 
Worm, when not doing Ruth Buzzi 
with Joe, could be seen bouncing 
down the halls in her own LITTLE 
ways. She is connoisseur of Chi- 
nese food and wine. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Teen 
Canteen Council 2, 3, 4, (Secre- 
tary 3) 



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Gail Wyskiel 

117 High Street 
College 
Gail's warm personality and laugh- 
ter will be remembered by many. 
Basketball rates high with this 
friendly senior, especially a certain 
number 50. Good Luck Gaily! 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, French 
Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 3, 4, 
Ski Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, Junior 
Prom Committee, Senior Prom 
Committee, Spanish Club 3, Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4 



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Kathy Young 

25 Lowell Street 
Distributive Ed. 

"I love Tack." 

ACTIVITIES: DECA Treasurer 4, 
Delegate to New York DECA Con- 
ference 







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Rick Zammuto 

83 Dobbins Street 

College 

Rick plans to go to college to study 
wildlife, conservation and manage- 
ment. 




Katherine Yung 

9 Bolton Street 

Business 

Kathy plans to go to an airline 
career school or to work. She 
wishes all the students of Waltham 
High School better years to come. 



John Zawadzki 

65 Montclair Avenue 

Business 

"My years at W.H.S. were short, 

and that's the way I liked them." 




Chui Wah Yung 

9 Bolton Street 
Vocational 





Adrienne Zuppe 

57 Leitha Drive 
College 

This fun-loving senior could always 
be seen with Tune, her MG or her 
GM. Adrienne's warm smile and 
personality will bring her much 
success in the future. 
ACTIVITIES: Talent Show 2, 3, 
Senior Revue, Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, Ski Club 2, 3, French 
Club 2, Crimsonnette 2, Sophomore 
House 3, Chorus 2 




Donna Zammuto 

86 Central Street 
Business 
Donna would like to continue on 
to Mass. Bay for mixers and other 
social activities. She would like to 
travel and surf and surf. 
ACTIVITIES: Senior Revue, Ski 
Club 4, Chorus 2, Yearbook Staff, 
Talent Shoiv 4 



John Zuppe 

12 Albemarle Road 
College 
As a junior, Zooney's favorite class 
was Chemistry with Mr. Bailey and 
talking to all the girls. His future 
plans include aviation school and 
becoming a pilot. 




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Daniel L. Altrich 

16 Princeton Avenue 
College 
Dan, who plans a career in Elec- 
tronics Engineering, is looking for- 
ward to attending Wentworth In- 
stitute in the Fall. 




Joseph Aviles 

125 Charles Street 

College 

Ray's plans are to go into data 

processing and land a good job. 

ACTIVITIES: French Club 2 






Judith Aucoin 

180 Robbins Street 
Business 



Terrence Arsenault 

25 Cushing Street 

Vocational 

Terrence works part time. When 

he gets out of school he plans to 

work at his trade. 

Dave Aucoin 

11 Benefit Street 

College 

David has enjoyed his years at 
Waltham High and is planning to 
further his education at Boston 
College. He wants to go into 
electrical engineering. 
ACTIVITIES: Golf Team 2, 4, 
Latin Club 2 

Andy Blaiklock 

152 Greenwood Lane 

College 

"May we all hold hands and watch 

the sun rise from the bottom of the 

sea." 

In memoriam of Jimi Hendrix 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 3, 4 

Val Bonica 

30 Wamsutta Avenue 
Business 

Pete Boudreau 

69 Pine Street 
Work-Study 
After graduating from Work-Study, 
Pete's future plans include volun- 
teering for the service, preferably 
the Navy. 




Ellen Burke 

141 Lakeview Avenue 
Business 

You can always find Ellen out of 
school hanging down the store with 
Chris, Lorriane, and Judy shout- 
ing, "I don't care!" 



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Michael Cannistraro 

365 River Street 

Vocational 



Anthony Cirino 

32 Harvard Street 
College 
Have you ever met Tony? He's a 
fine boy who came to us from Italy. 
We wish him good luck! 
ACTIVITIES: Italian Club 

Mike Connors 

85 Chester Lane 
Work-Studv 
Mike, who really enjoyed Mr. Dol- 
lard's class, will never forget the 
good times with Claz and Ray. 
ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 3, Student Council Ward 
Representative 4, W.S. Club Presi- 
dent 4, Delegate to Industry-Educa- 
tion Conference 3 

Michael Corbett 

37 Chester Lane 
College 

Jon Corriveau 

17 Francis Street 
Work-Study 
Jon, in his quiet way, has con- 
tributed much to the Work-Study 
class. 



Nancy M. Cotterly 

24 Cutter Street 

Business 

Nancy could be seen in the corri- 
dors with Cecilia or Annette. She 
enjoyed having Mr. B. as a house- 
master and says "good luck" to 
future classes. 



John Dick 

9 Wadsworth Avenue 
Work-Study 

Edna Doucet 

775 Trapelo Road 
College 

Robert Flynn 

143 Willow Street 
College 

Frank Frechette 

164 Crows Road 
Vocational 
Bikes will always rule! 

David Hachey 

16 Pine Hill Circle 

Vocational 

Paul A. Hapenny III 

38 Gordon Street 
College 

"To grasp a bit of paradise 

Is not enough, 
One must grasp the whole 

To be fulfilled." 



Jon F. Hayes 

22 Townsend Street 
College 

Gary Hersey 

36 Ash Street 
Business 




Bob Horrigan 

197 Chestnut Street 
Vocational 

Danny Hurley 

13 Sterling Road 

Vocational 

Dan would like to start an auto 

mechanics shop of his own, after 

the service. 

John Izzi 

30 Montclair Avenue 
College 
ACTIVITIES: W-H.S. Band 

Gary Jee 

31 Circle Drive 

Business 

Gary digs music, the Beatles, Ten 
Years After, and Harvard Square. 
He disliked homework. 

Steven Kriger 
1408 Stearns Hill Road 
College 
"Thank God!" 

Paul LaFond 

Vocational 

Larry Langton 
16 Harding Avenue 
College 
Every day you could just barely 
see him behind the wheel of his 
1955 Chevy, or on his big Honda 
motorcycle. 







Brenda Burns 

22 E Dermody Road 
Distributive Ed. 
"Can you dig it?" says "Buck 
Wheat" who could usually be 
found at Bentley College or Piece 
'O Pizza with Jay, Donna, and 
Marian. Favorites are Lasagna, Chi- 
nese food, Mr. Collins and Mr. 
O'Neil. 

ACTIVITIES: Walt ham DEC A 
Chapter 4, (Vice-Pres. 4), Talent 
Show 3, Ski Club, Candy Sale 4, 
DECA Conference New York 4, 
Senior Revue, French Club, Ger- 
man Club 




John Petterson 

68-G Prospect Hill Road 

College 

John is going to enter college and 

study to become a marine biologist. 

ACTIVITIES: Swimming 3, 4 



Francis Butman 

326 Lexington Street 
College 



Richard Lazaro 

31 Lunda Street 
Business 

Daniel Lee 

12 Charles Street 
College 
"Observe, listen and conclude — 
since life is nothing but a shadow, 
played upon the stage, without a 
free destiny!" 

Kevin Malloy 

257 Ash Street 

College 

Kevin remembers walking the halls 

with Sal (Machman) Barone. Plans 

include the Navy after school. 

Mike Malloy 

257 Ash Street 
College 
Mike's favorite class was lunch, all 
three of them! He was usually seen 
flirting in his classes with all the 
girls. 

Shirley Marotta 
4 Macks Court 
Business 
"When things are not what they 
seem you must keep following your 
dream. So while my heart is still 
believing I'll say good-bye." 
ACTIVITIES: Art Club 4 

David A. MacDonald 

1349 Main Street 
Vocational 

Pete Mogan 
10-G Prospect Hill Lane 
Vocational 
Pete wishes to attend Franklin In- 
stitute. In his spare time he enjoys 
drag racing, street racing, and high 
performance cars. 




Gary Najarian 

40 Smart Street 
College 
Gary, a member of F Troop, can 
be found with Peta, Pap, Dave, or 
Space. He is an ace chess player 
with a great personality. In the 
future, Gary will probably be found 
in Nevada teaching the gamblers 
how to cheat. 



Judee Perkins 

1 1 Brookway Court 

College 

After graduation Judee plans to 
go to a school of nursing. Judee 
could alys be found in the girls' 
room or roaming the halls with 
Pat, Carol, Sandy, Gail, Chris, or 
Joanne. Favorite pastime: going to 
Burger King with Robin, horse- 
back riding, swimming, playing 
tennis. 

ACTIVITIES: Nurse's Office 3, 4, 
Ski Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, Senior 
Revue, Talent Show 4, Yearbook 4 



John Powers 

81 Francis Street 

Vocational 

John plans to be successful in 
the trade of auto body. 



Donna Lynne Segien 

37 Banks Street 
Business 
"We've only just begun to live!" 
ACTIVITIES: Main Office 3 



David Walsh 
146 Trapelo Road 
College 
David will never forget the High 
School and all the good times in 
Mr. B's office. He most enjoyed 
the times before the dances at 
Central. 



Paul V. Shaughnessy Jr. 

21 Valley View Road 

Vocational 

Paul is a great pilot on the ground 

and in the air. C-4679X-ray, you're 

A-O.K! 

Mary Lynn Simmons 

189 Grove Street 

Distributive Ed. 

"It seemed like forever." Good 
Luck Cass and Maria. 

Dave Smith 

472 Lincoln Street 
College 
To Mr. Rose, I leave a Volkswagen. 
To Mr. Leverone, I leave my writ- 
ing- 

To Mr. Viens, I leave a razor. 
To Mr. Patriacca, I leave a comb. 

Ruth Ann Smith 
121 Pine Street 
College 
"Sman" plans to attend Art school 
after graduation. She should make 
Astrology one of her majors. She 
loves to eat and to work at Bran- 
deis. 

Alan Stohl 
1 Virginia Road 
College 
Alan will never forget his power 
mechanics class with Mr. Holli- 
hand! Skiing and tennis rate high 
with this handsome senior. 
ACTIVITIES: Ski Team 3, 4, Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4, (Vice-Pres. 4) Tennis 
Team 2, 3, 4 

Mark Allison 

163 Willow Street 

College 

ACTIVITIES: Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, Football 3 




Pierre Sylvestre 

14 1 Weston Street 

College 

Pierre wants to go to college and 
be a success in engineering. He 
would like to study some place in 
Europe. 



Richard McWade 

152 Clark Lane 
College 
ACTIVITIES: Skiing 3, 4 



Francis Tierney 

15 Lyman Street 
Business 



Ron Shaw 
1 Church Street 
Work-Study 
Ron plans to attend an Agricul- 
tural school in the immediate fu- 
ture, and then he hopes to travel. 
ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 2, 3 



Raymond Nichols 

66 Chester Lane 

Work-Study 

Usually seen up on the hill, or 

with Mike and Claz. Ray fondly 

hopes to go to college. 



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Craig Russell 




"Everybody in the pool!" 
Betsy Clark 





7 got up this jar!" 
Donelle Freeman 



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'Raquel Welch, eat your heart out!" 
Brenda Burns 




Kathy O'Rielly, Jean Hayden, and 
friends. 




"/ was only getting a glass 

of water!" 

Bonnie Robichaud 





"Save the last dance for 



me! 



Jimmy Auld 




"Want to build a sand 
castle?" 

Joan Tibbetts 







Glenn Priest 




Linda LeBlanc 




"It's the great Patsy, 

Charlie Brown!" 

Patsy Muldoon 



"Look Ma, no 

chocolate mess!" 

Milly Mallozzi 




Nanette Belliveau 






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"You've got to be putting me 



on 



Pam Gaudet 




"Uncle Sam wants you!" 
Joanne Jurjurian 




"Push up champ!" 
Donald Bennett 





' . . .And stay out!!" 
Peggy Christopher 




"Who, me?!?" 
Sam Mega 




"Me and my shadow" 
Jane and Anne McNamara 



"My girdle is killing me!" 
Denise E. Gormier 




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"Ah, forget it!" 
Anne Mclnnis 




Libby Wright 





"Let's play leap frog!" 
Lyn Trombley 






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Big Brad Childs 




"Hooray! It's Mike Sullivan!" 



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Eveline Chiasson 




"And a one, and a two . . ." 
Judy Crosby 167 









Debbie London, Eleanor Hutchinson, Elaine Hartman, Nancy Carry, David Pol- 
doian, Evie Chiasson, Ginnie Faulstich, Joan Defino, Gail Thompson, and Margo 
Antonucci 



Bill Stanton and Tom LeFort 



Senior Revue 



Behind the rising curtain with an empty feeling in the pit of 
your stomach and a chill running up and down your back, 
you can scarcely believe the moment has arrived. All those 
eleven o'clock rehearsals, sore muscles and hoarse voices have 
come to this night and the Senior Revue, "our" Senior Revue. 
The colorful costumes, well-polished dance steps and the med- 
ley of high-spirited voices whirl by all too quickly. But you put 
your heart and soul into it and the audience feels this and 
their applause is endless. With the sadness of an end comes 
the warm inner glow of satisfaction for you know you now 
are worthy of being called the class of 1971. 





Marcel Jacob and Ralph Gueli 



The Hawaiians would never believe this! 



'Break a Leg! " 




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"It's Dave and his Duckies! 







Mike Arnold, Jay Kleiner, Tom Blanchard, Tim Powers, and Damian Blumen- 
reich 






Damian Blumenreich — Hard at Work 



"Opening Night 




Come on! You can get lower than that! 



Betsy Clark, Carlene Murphy, and Jane 
Fiorelli 




Psst! Try to catch her foot! 



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Jayne Walsh, Carol Tousignant, Lorna Lorette, 
Ginny Tocci, Jane Fiorelli, and Barbara Gullotti 




I couldn't aspire to anything higher! 





Hey, Boys! Where'd you get those legs? 




"Heaven in a Pair of Wooden Shoes" 




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Mrs. Shirley — Lending a Hand 



Now why won't you give the Father's hat back? 




O.K., everybody say 'cheeseburger'! 




"Cause It's Raining in My Heart' 





"A Real Kick from Paris" 



Gayle Cerqua, Karen Remal, and Ginny Peros 




Mary Harrington, Toni Watson, Donna Meola, 
Ginny Tocci, Claudia Ferri, Lisa Kasper, Libby 
Wright, Pat Muldoon, and Jeanette McCarthy 



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'The Grand Finale' 



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Queen Jane Roughsedge with attendants Ann Kenney and Pamela 
Cardarelli. 




Queen Jane Roughsedge being crowned by 
President of the Senior Class Vincent Olivo. 



Senior Prom 

The Senior Class held its Prom at elegant 
Chateau de Ville in Framingham on May 20, 
1971. Guests of honor included Mayor and 
Mrs. Arthur J. Clark and members of adminis- 
tration, faculty and school committee. 

Vivacious and beautiful Jane Roughsedge 
reigned as Queen, attended by Pamela Carda- 
relli and Ann Kenney. 

On the lighter side John Arnold with his 
sidekicks Marcel Jacobs and Jim Auld per- 
formed memorable, impromptu numbers from 
the Senior Revue and "Heart of My Heart." 

Lovely Pamela Keyes thrilled her listeners 
with a rendition of our theme song "We've 
Only Just Begun" to complete a wonderful 
evening. 




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Jane Roughsedge and her escort after her announcement as Queen. 




Paul Douglas, Cynthia Gracia, Paul Cooney, Donna Pinzone, Tim Smith, Joan Tibbetts 
and Allen Jacobs lining up for the "Hora." 





Couples lining up for the Senior Promenade. 



John Arnold with his escort Marcel Jacobs joining the 
Senior Promenade. 



173 





Mr. and Mrs. Czarknowski demonstrating some fancy 
footwork. 



The Senior Promenade. 




Class President speaking to guests at the head table. 



174 




Happy smiles for a happy occasion. 



Several couples 
posed in the lobby 
before the punch 
fountain. 





Passing by the head table in 
the Senior Promenade. 



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Commencement ♦ ♦ ♦ 

End of our Beginning . . 



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Class Day 



In near ninety degree temperatures several hundred almost-graduatcs marched 
to the music of the Crimson Band into a packed auditorium for the traditional 
Class Day exercises. Pam Gaudet served as Mistress of Ceremonies for the after- 
noon. A highlight of the chorale's selections was Pam Keye's solo of "We've Only 
Just Begun." Denise McCluskey was crowned Queen and her attendants were 
Carol Cianci, Beverly Jigargian, Carmella Malozzi and Carol Tousignant. A series 
of skits, "Try to Remember," directed by Jim Auld, brought nostalgia to an en- 
thused audience. A great deal of comment was sparked by the announcement of 
senior superlatives. Two surprise awards were the presentation of Honorary Senior 
Mrs. Barbara J. McCauley, secretary to the housemaster, and dedication of the 
yearbook to Mr. Gerard J. Belliveau, senior housemaster. Following the successful 
program, parents, faculty and friends gathered at a reception in the courtyard to 
offer their best wishes to the Class of 1971. 





Mistress of Ceremonies, Pamela Gaudet 



Class Day Queen and her Court. Carol Cianci reigns over the ceremonies. 






Dedication of the 1971 Mirrq/f to Housemaster Mr. Gerard J. Belliveau 



178 



Presentation of Honorary Senior to Mrs. 
Barbara McCauley 







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Jim Olivo places the 
crown on Denise's head. 



Carol Srepp announces the Honorary Senior 




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Superlatives 



Vocational 

Best Looking Carmella Mallozzi 

Kevin Wessell 

Class Genius Kathy Young 

Paul Taranto 

Best Dancer Donna David 

Patrick Belliveau 

Class Wit Carmella Mallozzi 

Joe Leeber 

Best Dressed Brenda Burns 

Warren Mogan 

Most Likely to Succeed Kathy Young 

Roger Maillet 

Class Artist Pauline Collins 

Paul LaFond 

Class Musician James Sennett 

Best Actor Linda Wilson 

Neil Fitzgerald 

Personality Plus Donna David 

Roger LeBlanc 

Class Flirt Gail Weeks 

Gerard Pelletier 

Did Most for Class Maria Cappadona 

Kenny Peterson 

Most Athletic Connie Cimino 

David Phillips 

Most Respected Mary Simmons 

Kevin Wessell 

Most Talented Maria Cappadona 

Warren Dolan 

Best All Around Connie Cimino 

Robert LeBlanc 



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Superlatives 



Best Looking Denise McCluskey 

Bill Edmunds 

Class Genius Chris Paige 

Paul Parisi 

Best Dancer Helen Taylor 

Richard Chebookjian 

Class Wit Debbie Cosgrove 

Jim Auld 

Best Dressed Sandy Chiacchio 

Glenn Samuels 

Most Likely to Succeed Pam Cardarelli 

Paul Parisi 

Class Artist Bernice Dupuis 

Brian Jones 

Class Musician Pam Gardiner 

Glenn Priest 

Best Actor Pam Gaudet 

Jim Auld 

Personality Plus Denise McCluskey 

Tom LeFort 

Class Flirt Donna Pinzone 

Nick Martorilli 

Did Most for Class Pam Keyes 

Paul Parisi 

Most Athletic Chris Molonea 

Jim Lupo 

Most Respected Pam Keyes 

Bill Stanton 

Most Talented Pam Gaudet 

Richard Chebookjian 

Best All Around . . . Carol Tousignant 

Tom LeFort 



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Karen Aborn 
Joel Ackerman 
Gregory Adams 
Patricia Allia 
Mark Allison 
Daniel Altrich 
Garry Anderson 

William Andrews 
Louis Annunciata 
Deborah Antico 
Margo Antonucci 
Patricia Arena 
Karen Arenburg 
Michael Arnold 
Paul Arsenault 
Anthony Attardo 
Diane Aubie 
James Auld 
Jose Aviles 
Stephen Aykanian 
Frederick Badger 
Jeanne Balevic 
Kathleen Bannan 
Peter Barmakian 
Salvatore Barone 
Donna Barrile 
Michael Barry 
Nanette Belliveau 
Susan Bennett 
Michael Benson 
Kathryn Bergstrom 
Michael Bernardi 
Janice Bertolami 
Cynthia Black 
Thomas Blanchard 
Janet Block 
William Blumenreich 
Paul Bogosian 
Donna Boisvert 
Patricia Boisvert 
James Bonica 
George Borrell 
Patricia Boudrot 
Rachel Bowley 
Susan Bresnahan 
Diane Brody 
Denise Brooks 
Paula Brophy 
Kathleen Brown 
Evelyn Brunaccini 
Barbara Jean Burke 
Catherine Burke 
Judith Burns 
William Butcher, Jr. 
James Butler 
Clemence Caissie 
Daniel Callahan 
Joyce Callahan 
Joseph Campbell 
Stephen Campbell 
Paul Cane 
Carol Cappadona 
Maria Cappadona 
Pamela Cardarelli 
Diane Carr 
Nancy Carty 
Dennis Caruso 
Sheila Castello 
Lucy Centola 
Gayle Cerqua 
Robert Chadwick 
Arthur Chaprales 
Douglas Charnley 
Lynette Chatto 
Richard Chebookjian 
Bradley Childs 
Margaret Christopher 
Edgard Chiasson 
Eveline Chiasson 
Stephen Cincotta 
Anthony Cirino 
Elizabeth Clark 
James Clarke 
Gail Cobb 

Kenneth Cobb 
Richard Coleman 
Robert Colten 
Lois Conrad 
Wayne Cook 
Paul Cooney 
Peter Corcoran 
Denise E. Cormier 
Marie Denise Cormier 

Rosemary Cormier 
Ruth Corrigan 
Deborah Cosgrove 
Claire Cottone 



College 
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College 

College 

College 
College 



Framingham State College 

Clark University 

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Massachusetts Bay 

Wenworth Institute 

Northeast Institute of Industrial 

Technology 

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University of Massachusetts Amherst 

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East Coast Aero Technical School 

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New England Medical Center 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

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Henry Peabody Vocational School 

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Saint Joseph College of Florida 

Franklin Institute 

Chandler School for Women 

Culinary Institute of America 

Massachusetts Bay Community 

Massachusers Bav Community 

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Massachusetts Bay Community 

Massachusetts Bay Community 

Northeastern University 

Framingham State College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham Union Hospital 

Bryant and Stratton School 

Suffolk University 

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Berklee School of Music 

University of Denver 

Newton Junior College 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 

Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

Chandler School for Women 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Saint Elizabeth's Hospital 

Boston College 

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Chandler School for Women 

Hartford Airlines 

Paul Smith College 

Merrimack College 

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Northeastern University 

Katherine Gibbs School 

Framingham State College 

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Georgetown University 

Newton Junior College 

Carol Nashe School of Modeling 

University of Connecticut 

Fitchburg State College 

Kalamazoo College 

Bridgton Academy 

Katherine Gibbs School 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

University of Massachusetts, Boston 

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Alderson-Broaddus College 

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Boston State College 

Lowell General Hospital School of 

Nursing 

Franklin Institute 

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Brandeis University 

Boston University 

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Franklin Institute 

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New England School of An 

Framingham Union Hospital School of 

Nursing 

Northeastern University 

Long Island University 

Aquinas Junior College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 



Clarence Coveney 
Dianne Cox 
Joyce Crane 
Christine Creonte 
Judith Crosby 
Carol Cuerdon 
Michael Curtin 
John Curtis 
Robert Dagostino 

Mary Daley 
Patricia Daly 
John Danforth 
Kevin Darcy 
Joan Defino 
John Dideo 
Paul DiLuca 
Stanley Dinoff 
Kathleen Doherty 
Diane Domurat 
Joyce Donahue 
Stephen Donnelly 
Alan Doucet 
Marie Doucet 
David Drew 
David Drinon 
Timothy Driscoll 
Albert Dube 
Paula Duddy 
Douglas Dufresne 
David Dunbar 
Judy Dunn 
Bernice Dupuis 
Walter Durkin 
Terrence Eagan 
Sharon Edmunds 
William Edmunds 
Elizabeth Ellis 
Philip English 
Paul Erickson 
Sally Erickson 
Rosanne Famosi 
Alphonso Fanara 
William Faranda 
Virginia Faulstich 
Diane Felix 
Claudia Ferri 
Robert Field 
James Fitzpatrick 
Mary Flaherty 
Dana Forgione 
Beverly Fraser 
Donelle Freeman 
Susan Gagnon 
Joseph Gandiosi 
Pamela Gardiner 
Pamela Gaudet 
Marilyn Gettings 
David Giardina 
Linda Gillen 
Paul Gisborne 
Mark Glen 
Paula Goldman 
Corine Graziosi 
Merrill Griff 
Ralph Gueli 
Barbara Gullotti 
Wayne Gullotti 
Patricia Halstead 
Richard Handrahan 
Mary Hansen 
Rita Hardiman 
Jack Harding 
Mary Harrington 
Dorothy Harris 
Robert Hartford 
Elaine Hartman 
Jean Hayden 
Jon Hayes 
Edmond Hebert 
Gail Hentzi 
Mack Herron 
Shirley Herring 
Gary Hersey 
Barbara Hinckley 
Mary Hines 
Christine Howe 
Eleanor Hutchinson 
Mary Iagulli 
Allen Jacobs 
Richard Jacobs 
Kenneth James 
Denis Jee 
Beverly Jigarjian 
James Jigargian 
Cynthia Johansen 
Judith Johnson 
Karin Johnson 
David Joliat 
Brian Jones 
Joanne Jurjurian 



Brandeis University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham State College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Framingham State College 

Newton Junior College 

Assumption College 

Brandeis University 

Northeast Institute of Industrial 

Technology 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Mount Auburn Hospital 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Newton Junior College 

Wellesley College 

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Northeastern University 

Syracuse University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Lesley College 

Framingham State College 

Northeastern University 

Control Data Institute 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

North Yarmouth Academy 

Lowell State College 

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Suffolk University 

Bentley College 

Westfield State College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

New England School of Art 

Coyne Electrical and Technical School 

Bentley College 

Farleigh Dickinson University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham State College 

Grahm Junior College 

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Bryman School 

New England School of Art 

Bentley College 

University of Massachusetts 

Brandeis University 

Framingham State College 

Framingham State College 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham State College 

University of Massachusetts 

Endicott Junior College 

Framingham State College 

Framingham State College 

Career Academy 

Lowell State College 

Brandeis University 

Boston State College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

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Boston University 

Syracuse University 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Clark University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Curry College 

Framingham Union Hospital 

University of Tampa 

Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

University of Massachusetts 

Bentley College 

Boston College 

Regis College 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

University of Massachusetts 

Bryant and Stratton School 

Lowell Technological Institute 

Boston University 

Newton Junior College 

University of Prince Edward Island 

Bentley College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Mount Auburn Hospital 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

Colby College 

Clark University 

Northeastern University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College - 

Bentley College 

Northeastern University 

Chandler School for Women 

Middlesex Community College 

Framingham State College 

Rhode Island School of Design 

Framingham State College 



Nancy Kachagian 
Beverly Karlberg 
Susan Karr 
Lisa Kasper 
Mary Kaveleski 
Kevin Keady 
Maura Kelly 
Gtrole Kelner 
Ann Kenney 
Daniel Keohane 
Pamela Keyes 
Linda Kibort 
Barbara King 
Anne Kirrane 
Jay Kleiner 
Steven Kriger 
William Kring 
David Kyte 
Stephen LaHaise 
Angela Lambros 
Edwin Lamport 
Peter Lancto 
Anthony Lando 
Laurence Langton 
Deborah LeBlanc 
Peter LeBlanc 
Richard LeBlanc 
Roger LeBlanc 
Daniel Lee 
William Lee 
Thomas LeFort 
Janet Lement 
Ann Leonard 
Linda Lepordo 
Anne Logan 
Charles Lombardi 
Deborah London 
Barbara Lorenzen 
Lorna Lorette 
Andrea Lydon 
Roderick MacPherson 
Kathy Madden 
Carol Magazu 
Richard Maloney 
Joanne Mancuso 
Margaret Manero 
Paul Mangini 
Nancy Marrano 
David Martin 
Michele Mastropieri 
Barbara McArdle 
Jeannette McCarthy 
John McCarthy 
Karen McCluskey 
Richard McCue 
Edward McDonald 
William McGean 
Diana McGrath 
Alyce Ann Mclnnis 

Robert McMahon 
Anne McNamara 
Jane McNamara 

Richard McWade 
Donna Meola 
Peter Miele 
Janet Milinazzo 

Christine Molonea 

Robert Monaco 

Judith Moran 

Stephen Morin 

John Morizio 

Laura Mozie 

Patrick Mula 

Patricia Muldoon 

John Muller 

Carlene Murphy 

Judith Murray 

Thomas Myers 

Sandra Nagle 

Gary Najarian 

Bernice Nathanson 

Margaret Navien 

Frederick Neal 

Elise Nessolini 

Deborah Newis 

Judith Ann Nicholson 

Susan Nicotera 

Hraj Nukojikian 

Marguerite Ohnemus 

Stephen O'Kane 

Carol Olbrys 

Richard Oliva 

Vincent Olivo 

Eileen O'Reilly 

Kathleen O'Rielly 

Regina Pacini 

Christine Paige 

Gregory Panjian 

Gilda Papia 

Peter Pappas 

Paul Parisi 



Massachusetts Bay Community College 

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Lawrence Memorial Hospital 

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Weaver Airlines School 

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Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham Union Hospital 

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Framingham State College 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Salem State College 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Boston College 

Bentley College 

Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

Robert and Richard Beauty Academy 

Bentley College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Northeastern University 

Robert and Richard Beauty Academy 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Syracuse University 

Boston State College 

Middlesex Community College 

Boston State College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
Framingham State College 
University of Tampa 

Holyoke Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 
University of Massachusetts 

Saint Elizabeth's School of Nursing 

Bentley College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Berklee School of Music 

Wheelock College 

Berwick Academy 

Westfield State 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

Boston College 

Wentworth Institute 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Franklin Institute 

Cape Cod Community College 

Berkshire Community College 

Newbury School of Business 

Lasell Junior College 

Merrimack College 

Northeastern University. 

Saint Elizabeth's Hospital 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

Aquinas Junior College 

Tufts University 

Simmons College 

Control Data Institute 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 

Framingham State College 

Framingham State College 

Tufts University 

Tufts University 

Bentley College 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Stockbridge School of Agriculture 

Harvard College 



Gary Parrella 
Mary Patterson 
Wayne Penney 
Diane Perkins 
Steven Perkins 
Virginia Peros 
Donald Petersen 
Peter Piantedosi 
Stephen Piazza 
Donna Pinzone 
Joseph Pinzone 
David Poldoian 
Stephen Powell 
Glenn Priest 
Michael Provencher 
Robert Provencher 
Thomas Quinn 
Karen Quagliozzi 
Karen Raczkowski 
Karen Ranno 
Karen Remal 
Stephen Ricciato 
Glen Richardson 
Deborah Robertson 
Bonnie Robichaud 
John Robichaud 
David Rochatka 
Linda Rosen 
Maryellen Ross 
Stephen Roth 
Jane Roughsedge 
George Roy 
Laurie Ruggiero 
Craig Russell 
Joseph Ryan 
Nancy Saltzberg 
Glenn Samuel 
Richard Sanasarian 
Joseph Santangelo 
Sylvia Saulnier 
Keith Sawin 
Karen Scafidi 
James Scan Ion 

Angela Schiappa 
Kathy Schopen 
Brian Schultz 
Mark Segalini 
Steven Segien 
Joan Seidman 
Gary Senarian 
Joseph Shaugnessy 
Debra Shuman 
Brian Skinner 
Charles Smelledge 
David Smith 
Elaine Smith 
Timothy Smith 
Kathleen Stahl 
William Stanton 
Carol Stepp 
Rodger Stonehouse 
Linda Sullivan 

Michael D. Sullivan 
David Suter 
Debora Taylor 
Donna Testa 
Gail Thompson 
Joan Tibbetts 
Virginia Tocci 
Carol Tousignant 
Joseph Tranchita 
Joanne Travaline 

Lyn Trombley 
Keith Trott 
Robin Turcotte 
Maura Tushin 
Jean Twomey 
Stephen Venuti 
Nancy Vinci 
Aldo Voci 
Gary Ware 
Deborah Welts 
Kevin Wessell 
Bruce Whitmore 
Robert Whitney 
Denise Wilkins 

Kathleen Womersley 
Donald Worth 
Benjamin Wright 
Elizabeth Wright 
Gail Wyskiel 
Kathleen Young 

Donna Zammuto 
Richard Zammuto 

Adrienne Zuppe 



Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Middlesex Community College 

Bryant and Stratton School 

Waltham Vocational High LPN Program 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Boston University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Bryant and Stratton School 

North Yarmouth Academy 

Bryman School 

Middlesex Community College 

Tufts University 

Newman Preparatory School 

Boston University 

The Huntington School 

Coyne Electrical and Technical School 

Manter Hall School 

Boston College 

Salem State College 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Boston State College 

Waltham Vocational Hieh LPN Program 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Belknap College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Rittner School of Floral Design 

Brandeis University 

Bentley College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Bentley College 

Northeastern University 

Framingham State College 

Bryant and Stratton School 

Franklin Institute 

Northeastern University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Northeastern University 

Framingham Union Hospital 

State University of New York at 

Binghamton — Harpur College 

Chandler School for Women 

Carol Nashe Modeling School 

Bentley College 

Boston University 

Cornell University 

Boston University 

Berklee School of Music 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Mary Brooks School 

Cape Cod Community College 

Saint Andrews College 

Control Data Institute 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Framingham State College 

Framingham State College 

Northeastern University 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

East Coast Aero Technical Institute 

Newton Wellesley Hospital School of 

Nursing 

New England School of Art 

Northeastern University 

Rittner School of Floral Design 

Framingham State College 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

University of Massachusetts 

Lesley College 

Aquinas Junior College 

Central Connecticut State College 

Mount Auburn Hospital School of 

Nursing 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Boston University 

Boston University 

North Adams State College 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Chandler School for Women 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

LeTourneau College 

Boston University 

Newman Preparatory School 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Framingham Union Hospital School of 

Nursing 

Lesley College 

Simmons School of Floral Design 

Colgate University 

Fitchburg State College 

Framingham State College 

Essex County Agricultural and Technical 

School 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

Essex- County Agricultural and Technical 

School 

Fisher Junior College 






187 




Class President Jim Olivo giving the address of 
welcome. 




The Reverend James F. Hawker giving 
the commencement address. 



Graduation 



In near-perfect summer weather the Class of 1971 gathered to mark a milestone 
in its career — graduation. On that evening it seemed hardly possible that twelve 
years had passed so fleetingly. 

Yet at five-thirty, seven hundred and twenty-nine young adults dressed in the 
traditional maroon and white robes marched onto the Waltham High School Field 
to receive their diplomas individually. 

The commencement address was given by the Reverend James F. Hawker of 
Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted Church. Father Hawker challenged the grad- 
uates of 1971 to be aware of the importance of education in today's world as 
"... a personal, essential and never-ending process." He encouraged his listeners 
to foster a deep appreciation for education in whatever life-style they chose to 
follow, in the hopes of bettering the human condition. 

As the graduates, somewhat awe-struck, marched off the field, there was a fer- 
vent hope that somehow we could do our part to make future classes accentuate 
the positive with us. There was also a little thrill at the realization that we had 
really just begun. 




Housemasters Mr. Levey, Mr. Morang and Mr. Belliveau. 





Mr. George E. P. Husson, Jr. Head- 
master of the Senior High School 



Mr. Ernest V. Viscarello, Director 
of the Waltham Vocational High 
School 



188 




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REFLECTIONS 

Aimless winds, drifting; wandering, 

Sending ripples across the water 

Projecting the dazzling glow of the sea 

As it begins to peek through the delicate mist. 

For what you can see and feel 

The scent of pine has entranced you, 

SlowJy drawing your attention to the foggy hollows between the trees; 

Knowing that underneath, the tiny cranberry 

With its blanket of mist-covered ferns 

Is slowly being unfurled for the new day ahead. 

Once again the constant alarm of the jay 

Is shot out, piercing the stinging cool air, 

As you slowly walk the beach 

Following old footprints left from previous encounters, 

Of those people who love the happy and solitary 

Life of loving. 

The cryptic force that makes the dawn the day 

Is slowly pulling up its blinds 

And once again the sun has reached its peak 

Placidly spaced amongst the blue 

All is perfect now; it is day. 

Timothy Leahy 



METAMORPHOSIS 

pushed and pelted 
shaped and bent 
and molded 
into a form alien to me 

Beginning . . . 

now creaking, straining, and peering 
out 

of 

my 

molded 

form and 

cautiously . . . slowly, yet anxiously reaching for 

what 

lies 

beyond 
at this my beginning. 

Rita Hardiman 



191 



DESIDERATA 

Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be 
in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all 
persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the 
dull and ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud and aggressive per- 
sons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you 
may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser per- 
sons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep in- 
terested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the 
changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the 
world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; 
many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism. 
Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; 
for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is perennial as the grass. 
Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of 
youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do 
not distress yourself with imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and lone- 
liness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a 
child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to 
be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is un- 
folding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive 
Him. to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion 
of life keep peace with your soul. With all its shame, drudgery and broken 
dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. 

FOUND IN OLD SAINT PAUL'S CHURCH, BALTIMORE: DATED 1692 



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195 




Jan Procyk, Tom Devane, and David Stepp are "Men of Leisure" in 
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196 



Nancy Short doing a ballet in the Talent Show. 



William Bowen singing "I Don't Want to Set the World 
on Fire." 



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First row. Thomas Regan, Lee Harvey, Second row. Susan Brophy, Paula Cardarelli, Missing: 
Margaret Cronin 



Junior Class Officers 1970-1971 

Thomas Regan President 

Lee Harvey Vice-President 

Paula Cardarelli Corresponding Secretary 

Margaret Cronin Recording Secretary 

Susan Brophy Treasurer 



The Juniors have come a long way since the Sophomore year. The year was high- 
lighted by the Junior Prom and other festive activities. The Juniors will remember it as 
the year of College Boards, "Temperance Essays," fire drills, and bomb scares. Now 
they look anxiously and sadly to September, and their last year at Waltham High School. 



197 



no 

Mrs. Dunlap 



Firsfrow: Bruna Aismondo, Susan Arno, Judy Abelli, Mary 
Amelia. Second row: Nancy Adams, Claudette Allain, 
Maryjo Arena, Paula Angelo, Carolyn Arnold. Third row: 
Stephen Ahlman, William Arsenault, Daniel Allen, Joseph 
Alessandro. Fourth row: Peter Allia, Thomas Armstrong, 
Stephen Arnold, Robert Arenburg, James Arnold. Missing: 
Kenneth Arnold, Nancy Arnold, Gerald Altrich, Carol 
Anderson, John Antonellis, John Beecy. 





Ill 

Mrs. DeMauro 



First row: Susan Aucoin, Pamala Belle. Second row: Judith 
Baginsky, Marie Aucoin, Joyce Aucoin, Carla Bailey, Mary 
Antonellis. Third row: Kathryn Beckwith, Maureen Beau- 
lieu, Barbara Boudreau, Patricia Aubert, Deborah Beck. 
Fourth Row: Richard Aucoin, Thomas Baillio, Joseph 
Aucoin, Hughes Barnes, Joseph Avery. Fifth row: James 
Barrille, Gerard Beaudoin, Robert Barker, Edward Ballo. 
Missing: Max Baburbins, Oscar Bonillo, Gregory Barron, 
Ronald Belliveau, Gary Bardsley, Diane Baia, Karen Aucoin, 
Lawrence Baker. 



113 
Mr. Prohovich 



First row: Lynn Bergin, Michele Boudreau, Odette 
Boucher. Second row: Patty Bosworth, Judy 
Brandt, Carol Bennett, Patty Brannelly, Pam 
Baker. Third row: Maureen Boudreau, Elise Biron, 
Janet Blustein, Carinne Bleyle. Fourth row: 
Beverly Boisseau, John Bergantino, Ted Bonica, 
Tommy Bordenca, Richard Bogosian, Edward 
Boudreau. Fifth row: Joseph Bozak, Stewart Boss- 
man, Ronald Bennett, John Boudreau. Missing: 
Maria Aldrey, Diane Breau, William Bordenca, 
Arnold Bizzozero, Julian Boucher, Margaret 
Boyd. 




198 




115 
Mr. Travalini 



First row. Barbara Buchard, Patricia Casey, Catherine Caci, 
Paula Campasano, Gloria Burns. Second row: Nancy Cap- 
padona, JoAnn Cannistraro, Karen Butler, Joan Callahan, 
Sheila Caisey. Third row. Martin Brophy, Harry Brock, 
Tim Burke, Camelo Capizzi. Fourth row. Steve Butcher, 
Brian Cane, Jay Burne. Missing: John Brown, Susan Brophy, 
Mary Brown, Stephen Burgess, Eileen Burke, Mark Burstein, 
Steven Cacciola, Bonnie Code, Thomas Callahan, Wayne 
Campbell, Michael Cannistraro, Peter Cannistraro. 



117 
Mr. Steinberg 

First row. Gilda Cardillo, Anne Chiasson, Deborah Cheese- 
man. Second row: Lynne Carlson, Therese Calarese, Paula 
Cardarelli, Ellen Cardarelli, Joyce Centola. Third row: Anita 
Cardillo, — , Judy Cate, Sylvia Caruso, Denise Cedrone. 
Fourth row: John Cash, George Caruso, Richard Castellano. 
Fifth row: John Carmody, Michael Cav3naugh, Gary Car- 
done, Wiliam Bowen. Missing: Debra Deflice, Joseph Car- 
dillo, Wiliam Chiasson, Rosemary Caruso, Samuel Caruso, 
William Cassidy, Robert Castellano, Samuel Cetrano, Arlene 
Charles, Clifford Chiasson. 





121 
Mrs. Kefalas 



First row. Bernadette Connor, Lesley Connors, Marian 
Cloherty. Second row: MaryEllen Conty, Jane Cooper, 
Brenda Chicco, Deborah Chicco, Debra Clarke. Third row: 
Elizabeth Condon, Julie Collins, Diane Christopher, Maura 
Corcoran, Judy Connors. Fourth row. Linda Connolly, Gail 
Cormier, Eileen Comeau, Kathleen Corcoran, Mary Condon. 
Fifth row. Richard Cloonan, Frank Collura, Thomas Clark, 
David Coraccio. Missing: Cheryl Clark, Nancy Corcoran, 
Robert Corcoran, Irene Cormier, Deborah Cormier, Joseph 
Connors. 



199 



125 
Miss Devcine 



First row: Patricia Cormier, Kathleen Curtis, Mary Daley. 
Second row: Sara Cotrone, Donna Coxall. Third row. Jane 
Cripps, Kim Decola, Patricia Coughlin, Janet Delmore. 
Fourth row: Margaret Cronin, Florence Darrah, Laura 
Coulter, Meredith Dahl. Fifth row: Michael Davis, Barry 
Cronin, Robert Cormier. Sixth row. Louis Czuczwa, Michael 
Delaney, John Cox. Seventh row: Kevin Cote, Dan Delia- 
Camera, Kevin Cripps. Missing: Michael Curtis, Thomas 
Currie, Gerald Cox, Gary Coutard, Julie Deamicis, Martin 
Cormier. 





128 
Miss VonArx 



First row. Ann Degenhardt, Jeanne Doherty, Helen Daley. 
Second row. Marie Domini janni, Joanne Demeo, Michele 
Delorey. Third row. Thomas Devane, Neil Destefano, 
James Devoe. Fourth row. — , Patrick Doyle, Kenneth 
Demeo, Larry Devlin. Missing: William Crossen, Anthony 
Demeo, Carol Demeo, Denise Delory, Patricia Delory, John 
Desisto, Joanne Devane, Susan Doherty, Loraine Divico, 
Fredrick Dileone, Donna Ditomaso, Joyce Dimatteo. 



140 
Miss Magrath 

First row. David Douglas, — , — , — , Luana Berardinucci, 
Steven Dowman. Second row. Ellen Dowcett, Jeanne Dubie, 
Marilyn Eagan, Deborah Dunham. Third row: Donna Dubie, 
Kathleen Dowcett, — . Fourth row: — , Kathleen Dwyer, 
Maureen Donlan, Sylvia Doucet. Fifth row. John Doucet, 
David Duddy, Ronald Duddy, David Doucette, David 
Durano. Missing: Diane Dubie, Debora Darling, James Don- 
nelly, Brian Dowcett, Janice Donate 




200 




142 
Mr. McDonnell 



First row. Sheila Farrell, Audette Elfar, Marilyn Eagan, 
Lucy Erba, Denise Enik. Second row: Belinda Emerson, 
Lois Ferro, Randa Erickson, Anne Erickson, Susan Fielding. 
Third row. Nancy Edgar, Mary Furdon, Carol Elander, 
Margaret Edmunds. Fourth row. Charles Faulstich, Richard 
Ellis, Donald Eisan, Marlin Falone. Fifth row. George 
Economo, Charles Ehwa, Kenneth Ferry, Frank Everett. 
Sixth row. Ciro Fei, — , John Ehwa. 



144 
Miss Misseri 



First row. Kathleen Fox, Patricia Gallitano, Elaine Gaudet. 
Second row. Muire Flynn, Diana Giusti. Third row. Ellen 
Gardner, Diane Gaudet, Ann Foti, Paulette Gauvin. 
Fourth row. Heidi Gallo, Mary Garber, Linda Foti, Joanne 
Gautreau, Roberta Galvin. Fifth row. Richard Gibbons, 
Robert Gallagher, Peter Flynn, Kurt Gardiner. Sixth row. 
Robert Gaudet, Paul Fuoco. Missing: Barbara Foley, Wiliam 
Foley, Ronald Forte, James Frenette, Gary Gagnon, Kevin 
Furlong, Roberta French, Debra Gaudet. 





146 
Mr. Viens 



First row. Shirley Griggs, Elodie Hache. Second row. 
Dianne Green,. Joanne Gregorious, Lee Harvey, Linda Gar- 
gone. Third row : Gail Goodwin, Dorothy Halliday, Jeanine 
Handcock, Lindsey Hale, Deborah Hart. Fourth row: Mike 
Haffey, Mike Healey, Peter Green, Joseph Graziosi. Fifth 
row. Mike Guigno, Wayne Headley, Tom Griffin, Neil 
Goldberg. Sixth row: John Hagg, Randy Goldsmith, John 
Haroutunian, Tom Hapenney, John Hayes. Missing: Regina 
Gross, Ellen Harris, Glenn Headley. 



201 




148 
Mrs. Maclure 



First row. Ann Hession, Florence Heiser, Elizabeth Hughes, 
Moira Hennessey, Linda Huber. Second row: Judith Howe, 
Judie Hull, Candy Heroux, Susan Hurley. Third row: Larry 
Krahn, Thomas Heintz, Michael Hoover, Donny Hoffses. 
Missing: George Higgins, Carol Hillson, Vanessa Hodge, 
Janet Hoffman, Rose Jeffers, MaryAnn Hurley, Terry Inger- 
sol, Judy Hollman, Donald Jaillet. 



152 
Mr. Young 



First row: Joyce Jahrling, Patricia Keefe, Karen Johnson, 
Kathy Keenan, Claudia Karr. Second row: Judith Joyal, 
Susan Keefe, Rosemarie Laterza, Gail Kokidko, Mary King. 
Third row: Ellen Kelley, Patricia Kane, Lorna Keith, 
Alanna Kewer, Nancy Kelley. Fourth row: Robert Kersh- 
ner, Edward Jigarjian, Hugh Keegan, James Jarvie. Fifth 
row: David Keane, Stephen Kaloyanides, James Kamphous, 
Peter Kidd. Missing: Michael Iodice, Kevin Jolial, Kathy 
Juliano, Kevin Kelley, Laurie Kennen, Debora Kershaw, 
Dana Kneeland. 





154 
Mrs. Morris 



First row: Rose Linihan, Rosa Lassalle, Donna Lopez, 
Nancy Lenza, Connie Lombardo. Second row: Kathy Lituri, 
Ann Lillis, — , — , Robin Lelievre. Third row: John Leger, 
Thelma LeBlanc, Kathleen Logan, Janice Long, Nickolas 
Leeber. Fourth row: Gerard LeBlanc, Michael Leger, John 
Link, Vincent LeBlanc, Richard Lenza. Fifth row: Chris- 
topher Lewis, Roy LeBlanc, Paul Leonard, Richard Logan, 
Joseph LeBlanc! Missing: Gerald LeBlanc, Linda LeBlanc, 
Virginia LeBlanc, Donna Leger, Jayne Lincoln, Janis Lin- 
strom, Susan Livermore. 



202 



161 
Miss Collins 



First row: Kathleen Lally, Kathleen Leach, Patricia Kelly, 
Catherine LeBlanc, Anne Landry. Second row: Linda Lam- 
bert, Judith Kratoville, Dianne LaCross, Diane LeBlanc. 
Third row: Albert Lawton, Fred Krampits, Ralph Larrabee, 
Frank Lamattina. Fourth row: George Landry, John Lan- 
dry, Roland Kupriss, John Kokidko. Fifth row: Rheal 
LeBlanc, Bruce Lawler, Clinton Larrabee, Douglas LeBlanc. 
Sixth row: Stephen LaRonde, Kurt Koskines, Dana Lash- 
way, Donald Lamont. Missing : Elaine Lang, Lorinda Laporte, 
Susan LaRose, Camille LeBlanc, Donald LeBlanc. 





165 
Mr. Neylon 

First row: Mr. Neylon, Gail McDonald, Diane Madaglia, 
Cynthia MacKinnon. Second row: Lorraine Maclnnis, Debra 
Luke, Kathy Laughlin, Janet Maker. Third row: Peter Man- 
cuso, Thomas Lyons, Paul Mancuso. Fourth row: William 
McKenzie, Steve Mancuso, Michael Machado, Michael Man- 
dile, William MacDonald. Fifth row: Joseph Malloy, Frank 
Maloney, James Mancuso, Glen Lord. Missing: Janet Lopez, 
Paula Lucas, Sue MacArthur, Al MacDonald, Jean Mac- 
Donald, Susan Lutz, Patricia Malloy, Michael Malone, 
Diane Lundy. 



169 

Mr. Sullivan 

First row: Donna Mannion, Joanne Masseo, Paula McCue, 
Pamela Marchese, Donna McGuican. Second row: Gayle 
Mara, Janet McCauley, Jane Marston, Kathleen McCarthy, 
Rebecca McCullough, Christine McHugh. Third row: Bar- 
bara McLaughlin, John Maloney, David McDonnell, 
Michael Mazzarini, Robert Manko, Thomas McCullough. 
Fourth row: Peter Mazzone, Charles McGrath, Steven Mar- 
chand, John McCusker. Fifth row: John Martin, Al Mar- 
quis, Steven Mayo, Kevin McCarthy, Robert Maranian. 
Missing: Edward Mann, Michael Masterson, Karen Mathe- 
son. 




203 




171 

Mr. Jacobs 



First row: Diane Mercurio, Estelle Michelson, Carol Mcr- 
ritts, Janet Merrullo, Nora McMenimen. Second row: 
Martha Meade, Anne Marie Moran, Deborah Muise. Third 
row: Elena Mercurio, Kathy McLaughlin, Diane Muise, 
Patricia Milioto. Fourth row: Susan McManus, Debbie 
Mula, Cheryl Menana, Barbara Mills. Fifth row: Kevin 
Milligan, Gary Medeiros, David Mosman, Rick Milton, 
Charles Millian. Missing: Lynne Merrill, Mary McNulty, 
Joyce Morgan, Adeline Mega, Judith Messina, Martha Mee- 
han. 



172 
Mrs. Dorin 



First row: Karen Omobono, Joanne Olson, William 
O'Reilly, Kathy Norton, Maureen Nardone. Second row: 
Carol Nevard, Joanne O'Reilly, Karen Murray, Charlotte 
O'Connell, Dolores Nigro. Third row: Paul Naughton, 
Thomas Muldoon, William Nett. Fourth row: Charles Mul- 
laney, Robert Noke, Chester Mullen, Robert O'Brien, Den- 
nis Naughton. Fifth row: Kevin Mulvaney, Peter Noble, 
Richard O'Dea, Guy Novello, Brian Murphy, Charles Nes- 
tor. Missing: Joseph O'Keefe, John Napali, Kenneth 
Nadeau, Lynda Myshrall, Janice Murray, Jean Nolan. 




173 

Mrs. Plumridge 

First row: Stephanie Pacheco, Pam Porter, Cynthia Poirier, 
Paulet Pelletier, — . Second row: Debra Post, Tina Pandolfi, 
Carol Palmiotto, Judith Polk. Third row: Roseann Picariello, 
— , Margaret Ouellette, Donna Pilla, Kathy Pidgeon. 
Fourth row: — , Shelley Perron, Beverly Pelletier, Nancy 
Ouellette. Fifth row: Philip Orifice, James Pederson, Tony 
Pilla, Donald Ouellette. Sixth row: Anthony Orifice, Billy 
Palmer, Earl Osborn. Seventh row: Gary Palmer, Steve 
Parrish, Carmen Patuto, Paul Philips. Missing: Charles 
Partain, Dennis Ouellette, Kathy Palumbo. 




204 



175 
Mr. Walker 



First row.: Tom Regan, Joanne Roa, Linda Ravalli, Joe 
Ribeiro. Second row. Arlene Purchase, Joyce Proyia, Majorie 
Priest, Nancy Rea, Peggy Reed. Third row: Diane Poulin, 
Joan Reilly, Maureen Reddy, Marian Quinn, Donna Priest- 
man. Fourth row: Jan Procyk, James Pullano, John Qual- 
ters, Timothy Powers, Joe Richardson. Missing: Ken Ral- 
ston, Gary Richardson, Pat Reyes, Paul Richards, Leslie 
Quinn. 





176 
Mrs. Marr 

First row: Cynthia Roberts, Patricia Roche, Enith Roe, 
Diane Ryan. Second row: Diane Rhode, Susan Salamone, 
Joan Saltzberg, Jean Rigoli. Third row: Joan Rooney, Gary 
Rigoli, Joan Rynn, Virginia Ryan, Nancy Rusolko. Fourth 
row: Earnest Rogers, Robert Ryan, Joseph Rizzo, Bill 
Rogge, Ted Ricketts, Jim Rigoli. Fifth row: Paul Rizzo, 
Robert Sabetti, Joe Rogers, Tom Riggs, Mike Ryan. 




178 

Mr. Emerson 

First row: Janet Schift, Loretta Samson, Patricia Salvo, 
Laurel Simson, Debbie Smith. Second row: Diane Seigan, 
Roberta Shea, Gail Santamaria, Cheryl Santangelo, Mary- 
Anne Sampson.^T hird row: Peter Salvucci, John Selig, Gary 
Schoener, Steven Shaufus. Fourth row: William Scafidi, 
Brian Shaughnessy, Donald Salnier, Johnathan Shlager. 
Fifth row: Gary Sweder, Bob Stratton, Kevin Scarlett, 
Larry Santolucito. Missing: Colleen Sullivan, Elenor Segal! 
Mike Shea, Mike Saran, Mark Segien, Nancy Short, Nancy 
Sawtelle, Theresa Sharpe, Don Sites. 



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187 
Mr. Leverone 

First row: Camille Zanghi, Roberta Young, Debbie Vas- 
quezi, Debbie Wybieralla, Dottie Vinciullo, Cindy Welch. 
Second row: Linda Walker, Lynne Wallace, Marleen Sin- 
clair, Janice Zappala, Shirley Viles, Diane Viscione. Third 
John Wilkins, Steve Werblin, Mark Wilson, Frank 



row: 



Vitale, John Visco. Fourth row: Fred Walters, Jim Wilde, 
Bob Withrow, Robert Wilde, Steve Wilbur. Missing: Paul 
Wanberg, Mike Ward, Paul Watson, Walter Welch, James 
Whalen, Marie White, Andrew Wiggin. 





188 
Mr. Regan 

First row: Lisa Taillacq, — , Laurie Simson, Stepha- 
nie Slater, Rosemary Sullivan, Ellen Surette. Second 
row: MaryAnne Tortorella, Janice Sweeney, Kathy 
Steinhour, Janice Steber. Third row: James Stephen, 
Karen Skotland, Karen Siragusa, Dawn Smith, Larry 
Sorenson. Fourth row: David Stepp, Fred Stepanis, 
Gregory Schwartz, Joel Swenson, Matthew Stanton. 
Fifth row: Thomas Sheider, Jim Stremeckus, Mark 
Stashis, Mark Sullivan, Joel Schwartz. Missing: 
David Strait, Linda Sites, Robin Sullivan, Barbara 
Strom, Philip Shaughnesssy. 



189 

Mr. Sheehan 



First row: Myra Tanner. Second row: Marie Valiante, 
Richard Tirone, Jean Valdenbrini, Diane Talanian, Paul 
Tarallo, Terry Tobin. Third row: Pat Vanaria, Donna 
Taipale, Barbara Teague. Fourth row: Robert Tarjan, 
Wayne Trombley, Carol Terras, John Voymas. Fifth row: 
Albert Tierney, Robert Tierney, Tom Vanderford, Kenny 
Teele, Tom Trudeau, Bill Valente. Missing: Diane 
Testa, Deborah Thambash, Robert Thomas, Susan Toma- 
sello, Scott Tower, Paul Thompson, Jo-Anne Wilder, 
Arthur Vandrid, Randall Vautour, Arthur Walsh. 




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Anne Erickson eating lunch 



Marty Cormier tuning up 





Mr. Neylon and Mr. Levey at work 



Students passing between 
classes 




In the cafeteria 



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The 

Junior 

Prom 

Once in a Life Time 



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The Queen and her attendants, Paul Byron and Stephanie Slater, Carol 
Demeo and Thomas Myers, and Kathy Loughlin and Jack Napoli 



The Queen, Carol Demeo, being crowned 
208 by Mayor Clark 




Couples dancing at the Prom 




Robert Sabetti, Sara Cotrone, Thomas Regan and Janet Towne 





A couple enjoying the Prom 



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Mayor Clark wishing the students well 




Mr. Husson presents flowers to Carol 



209 




Sophomores 



210 




23iomodqo2 



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Class 

of 
1973 





Mr. Morang 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. Jane McNamara, Beth 
Crane, Judith Keegan. Missing: Jennifer Poretta. 



310 
Mr. Yetten 




First row: Ellen Andrews, Christine Allstrum. Second row: Elizabeth Allen, Angela Appruzzi, 
Pam Angelo. Third row: Janice Abelli, Frances Arnold, Debbie Antonellis, Nancy Anastasi. 
fourth row: Peter Allen, Anthony Arena, David Anderson, Steven Archdeacon. Fifth row: Steven 
Arena, Danny Alden. 



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197 

Mrs. Campbell 

First row: Donna DeLibbey, David Clancy, 
Helen Aucoin, Diane LeBlanc, Patricia Pierce. 
Second row: Gerard Richard, Joan Robichaud. 



376 
Mr. Ambrose 





First row: Debora Willems, Dorothy White, Virginia Wright, Carol Wright, 
Cheryl Wrynn, Robin Wilkins, Julian Wilbur. Second row: Sharon Zammuto, 
Sook Yen, Alice Wilson, Jayne Wright, Ann Yung. Third row: Janella Young, 
Terry Whittington, Helen Withrow, Mary Ann Williams, Doris Wilson. 
Fourth row: John Zaia, David Zilinskas, Lawrence Worth, Edward Zwirbla. 
Fifth row: David Wilson, Ronald Wiggin, Colin Young. 



A French II class develops its listening and pro- 
nunciation skills in the Language Lab. 



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311 
Mr. Rose 



First row; Susan Baldaro, Rose Attardo, Marie Bastarache, 
Susan Arutunian. Second row: Debbie Aunchman, Carol 
Arsenault, Denise Arsenault, Mary Aucoin. Third row: 
Barbara Baker, Michele Aucoin, Janet Barry, Diane Badger, 
Darlene Aucoin. Fourth row: David Austin, Edmund Aucoin, 
Tony Barrile. Fifth row: Timmy Bauer, Francis Attardo, 
Stephen Baker, Kenneth Arsenault, Leo Arsenault. 



First row: Chris Black, Karen 
Benasky, Peggy Beecy, Anne 
Begin. Second row: Linda 
Beaudoin, Cathy Bennett, 
Tracey Blumenreich, Carol 
Bergin. Third row: Jungy 
Belliveau, Loren Belida, Nel- 
son Bent, Walter Bibikow, 
Steve Benson, Jay Bell. Fourth 
row: David Bergeron, George 
Bilikas, Roger Biron, Mark 
Bergeson, Joe Bergantino. 




312 
Miss Overman 



313 
Mr. Pizzi 



First row: Linda Brinton, Paula Boudreau, Donna 
Brouillette, Debra Brouillard. Second row: Carol Brown, 
Tracey Briggs, Patrice Bolduc, Julie Brennan, Louise Bois- 
vert. Third row: Joyce Bowers, Ann Marie Boucher, Marga- 
reth Brown, Bonnie Brown, Sharon Brooks. Fourth row: 
Kevin Boudreau, John Bonica, Thomas Boudrot, Regis 
Boudreau, John Bordenca. Fifth row: Robert Brehm, Perry 
Boudreau, Anthony Borrell, Harold Boyd, Dennis Boudreau. 
Sixth row: Joseph Burgoyne, Roger Brooks, Larry Boudreau, 
Arthur Bowen. Missing: Debra Bourinot, Sarah Broderick. 



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315 
Miss Rypkema 

First row: Lynn Cannistraro, Marielle Caissie, Jean Campo- 
saro, Patricia Burke. Second row. Susan Burke, Susan Buc- 
cella, Kathy Butcher, Diane Burke, Pamela Cain, Susan 
Burke. Third row: Judy Cardello, Carol Brunaccini, Mark 
Budreau, Jenny Byore, Elaine Cannon, Debra Bryson. Fourth 
row: Edward Caira, Thomas Cappodona, John Caban, 
Joseph Buonome, Mark Caramanici. Fifth row: Donald 
Bryson, James Bunns, Thomas Burke, Mike Carenusaro, 
Steven Bullis. Missing: Nicholas Caramanis, James Callahan, 
Pamela Butcher, Bruce Campbell, Richard Campbell. 




317 
Mrs. Pacitti 




First row: Patricia Chilgren, 
Cynthia Childs, Cathy Carroll, 
Diane Churakian. Second row: 
Susan Carmody, Barbara Car- 
roll, Nancy Chiasson, Cheryl 
Cianci. Third row: Mark Ca- 
ruso, David Centofanti, Steve 
Chevoor, Mike Chiarelli. 
Fourth row: Brian Carmichael, 
Kenny Chase, Paul Chapman, 
Russell Casella, Steve Chilian. 
Fifth row: Edmond Chiasson, 
Steve Celluci, Gerald Cham- 
pagne, Robert Ciauardone, 
John Carney. 




318 
Mr. Wiellette 



First row: Ann Connaughton, Wendy Connolly, Bernadette 
Collura, Susan Coleman. Second row: Maureen Connolly, 
Debbie Cincotta, Dale Colantropo, Paulette Comeau, Nancy 
Cobb. Third row: Douglas Claffey, Larry Clough, Russell 
Connors, Robert Cincotta, Frank Composto, Larry Coen. 



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319 

Mr. Magno 

First row: Kathi Cosgrove, Sally Corrigan, Beth Crane, 
Joanne Cormier. Second row: Arlene Correia, Ellen Crowe, 
Leslie Crane, Denise Cote, Janet Cutler. Third row: Jane 
Corbett, Susan Coughlin, Nancy Crossman, Rosemary 
Creeden, Debbie Cormier. Fourth row: Ronnie Cormier, 
John Cotoni, EarlCorey, Leo Paul Cormier. Fifth row: 
Richard Cormier, Mark Corbet, Bill Creonte, James Cooper, 
Stephen Conran. Sixth row: John Cronin, Donald Copson, 
Bill Cullen, Mark Currie, Bill Corcoran. 



320 
Mrs. McKnight 

First row: Patricia Delaney, Tina Demco, Debra Dellaca- 
mera, Anna Degregoris. Second row: Carol Dahlbeck, Kim 
Day, Lisa Demeo, Linda Daley. Third row: John Delmore, 
Tom Danforth, Shawn Daley, Michael Curtin, Michael 
DeLorenzo. Fourth row: Brian Darcy, Frank Demeo, 
Michael Daley, William Darrah, Kevin Delacey. Missing: 
Lynette Dahlin, Mark Danielson, Suzette Demarais. 





321 
Mr. Dorsey 

First row: Ann Marie Donovan, Janice Dreving, Elizabeth 
Dion, Sandra Dion. Second row: Susan Descheneaux, Linda 
Foster, Susan Deprofio, Nancy Dietrich. Third row: Betsy 
, Doucette, Joanne Farkin, Karen Doherty, Mary Dollard, 
Diane Denty. Fourth row: Andrea Doucette, Laurel Dou- 
cette, Cathleen DiBona, Deborah Forsyth, Martha Doherty. 
Fifth row: Victor Doucet, John Donahue, Kenneth DiMag- 
gio, Paul Donovan, David Fogg, Sixth row. Stephen Doe, 
Richard DePanphlis, Wayne DiMatteo, Daviu Denaro, Paul 
DePass, Cyril Doucet. 



322 
Mr. Karian 

First row: Elaine Dunham, Patricia Dugas, Gail Fasulo. Second row. Helen 
Crowe, Pamela Feeley, Georgiana Flinn, Patricia Fitzgerald, MaryLou Ferro. 
Third row. Patricia English, LeAnne Dunlap, Michele Farrell, Diane Doyle, 
Joani Falconer, Elizabeth Duddy. Fourth row. Carol Fedele, Donna Eckland, 
Juliana Dunne, Karen Fitzsimmons, Karen Egan, Janet Duddy. Fifth row. 
Richard Emmetts, Martin Edmunds, John Duffey, William Egan, David Felix, 
Paul Dozier, Michel Egan, Robert Dozois, Richard Elliott. Missing: Denise 
Flanders. 





325 
Miss Chabot 



First row. Nancy Gallagher, Pam French, Pattie 
Gagnon, Beth Furman, Peggy Fyre, Roberta Franks. 
Second row: Linda Gaudet, Denise Gardner, Paula 
French, Marcella Furdon, Donna Gabrielli. Third 
row. James Gaudet, Mario Freedman, Robert Frese, 
William Gamble, David Faure. Fourth row: Steve 
Gaudet, Michael Garrity, James Fucci, Fred Gavin, 
Paul Gallant. Missing: Sally Fitzgerald, Russell 
Fullerton, Elizabeth Gandolfo, Joseph Gagnon, Susan 
Freda, Priscilla Freedman. 



327 
Miss Klenota 

First row: Elizabeth Gillis, Mary Gogan, Gail Griffin, Beverly Greenwood, 
Carol Giardina. Second row: Mary Glynn, Julie Griffin, Debora Gerelds, 
Patricia Griffin. Third row: Debbie Green, Debbie Goodrich, Marjorie Gold- 
stein, Janet Gomes, Debbie Gouthro. Fourth row: Robert Gettings, Louis 
Giorgetti, Sal Giglia, Marvin Griff. Fifth row: Edward Green, Earle Goldstein, 
Gerald Gross, Stephen Goguen, Jeffrey Gibbs. 





328 
Mr. Patriacca 



First row: Paula Hachey, — , — . Second row: Phyllis Hart, 
Lori Haak, Pat Harrington, Donna Hart. Third row. 
Paulette Halleran, Debbie Hachey, Barbara Hagg, Janet 
Hartman, Mary Hanlon. Fourth row. Bob Hanley, Mike 
Hamalainen, Brad Hargreaves, Phil Hamann. 



340 
Dr. Kubin 



First row. Sue Hines, Bernadette Huber, Joan Hassett, Ali- 
son Holman, Debbie Hopkins, Christine Howard. Second 
row. Debbie Hill, Donna Harvey, Lillian Jeffers, Sue Hart- 
man, Ann Hines. Third row. Pat Healy, David Moran, 
George Howard, Dave Hubler, Brian Harvey. Fourth row: 
Charlie Hinckley, Michael Hill, Ken Houston, David Hayes, 
Todd Higgins. Missing: Richard Hayes, Steve Jutras. 





342 
Mr. LeBlanc 

First row: Virginia Kavey, Linda James, Diane Jurjurian. 
Second row: Susan Kavaleski, Judith Keegan, Elizabeth 
Johnson, Carol Jones, Margaret Kane. Third row: Linda 
Jacome, Sharon Johnson, Deborah Hurley, Marie Hurley, 
Karen Jacome. Fourth row: Ronald Jacobs, Steven James, 
James Johnston, Thomas Kane. Fifth row: Domenic Jan- 
netti, David Jackson, Daniel Hutchinson, Peter Iannuzzo, 
William Hughes. Sixth row: David Johnson, Arthur Kare- 
las, Kenneth Kasabian, Edward Kaupelis, Steve Kelly, John 
Kachagian. 



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348 
Miss Giroux 

First row: Karen Lawton, Patricia LaMacchia. Second row. Janese 
Landry, Debra Lacci, Dianne LeBlanc, Joyce Larouche, Sandra Lavoie. 
Third row. Kathy Lahey, Donna Lahey, Carmen Lassalle, Debra 
Landry, Joan Lang. Fourth row. Joseph Lazaro, Paul LeBlanc, John 
Leard, David Laroche. Missing: Brian Lambert, William Langton, 
Debra Lawson, Mark Leahy, Jane LeBlanc, David Lavidmodiere. 



344 
Mr. Nelson 

First row. Nancy Kring, Connie Kwiatkowski, Lori Krahn, Linda 
Kershaw. Second row: Kathy Kish, Nancy LaBranche, Nancy Kibort, 
Joyce Kilday, Karen Keniston. Third row; Dennis King, Darren 
Keough, Mark Keyes, Warren King, John Kirchdorfer, Alexander 
Kiejzo. Fourth row: Raymond LaCava, Edward Kokidko, Jonathan 
Kilgone, Randy Kleiner, Mark Krampits. Missing: John King, George 
Kazazian, Robin Kenney. 




345 
Mr. Schumann 

First row. Margarita Santana, Carmen Colon, Maria Ortiz, Juanita Santana, Sophia Chou, Angela 
Terrasi, Marisa Vidrich. Second row. Migdalia Bonilla, Roberto Jiminez, Frank Alonge, Carmelo 
Carrubba, Herminio Ortiz, Raymon Alonge, Osvaldo Bonilla, Gabrael Colon, Adalee Torres, Jose 
Diana. Third row: Rafael Jiminez, Edwardo Bonilla, John Aldrey, Angel Colon. Missing: Osvaldo 
Diana, Israel Jiminez, Jose Avilez, Edmee Rivera. 



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354 
Mr. Laird 



First row: Diane Lord, Brenda Leger, Stella LeBlanc. Sec- 
ond row: Barbara Liuzzo, Sandra LeBlanc, Lucy Lement, 
Janice Leombruno. Third row: Judy Lenza, Janice LeFort, 
Ron LeBlanc, Rose Marie Lepicek, Aline Lirette. Fourth 
row: Ed Lenza, James Lennon, Ronald Legere, Roger Le- 
Blanc, Joseph Livoli, Kevin Locke. 



361 
Mrs. E. Johnson 



First row: Michael Manko, Margie Lucchese, Cheryl Man- 
ning, Ivan Maillet, Jodi Mangini, Lydia Mallozzi, Mike 
Mara. Second row: Mary Lorette, Patty Mangie, Janice 
Maccagnano, Gail Mahoney. Third row: Cheryl Manion, 
Beryl Lowell, Patricia Mahoney, Jayne Mahoney, Diane 
Maillet. Fourth row: Carol Maclnnis, Joyce Mangan, Gale 
Manning, Debbie MacDonald, Angela Mallozzi. Fifth row: 
Edward Lunderville, Donny Maillet, David Lovett, Bruce 
MacDowell, Edward Lyons, Joe Malone. 





362 
Miss Holland 



First row: Ann Marlin, Marjorie McKenna, Lyn Mazzarini, 
Joanne McCarthy, Debra Marcantonio. Second row: Kathy 
McCarthy, Jane Marchard, Karen McCarthy, Jane McNamara, 
Betty McDonald. Third row: Jacqueline McCarthy, Donna 
McCall, Susan McGann, Susan Mason, Doreen McDonald. 
Fourth row: John McCarthy, Francis Melanson, David 
McClusky, Gerald McGovern, — . Fifth row: Matthew 
McNamara, John McGann, George McDonald, Kevin 
McGovern. Missing: Gordon Martin, Kenneth Marcou, 
Robert McDonald. 



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363 
Miss Fryer 

First row: Joanne Mobilia, Karen Meliones, Terry Miller, 
Kathy Mooney, MaryAnn Morreale, Patricia Muise. Second 
row: Pam Moores, Paula Milinazzo, Ruth Ann Morrell, 
Gail Milton, Rosanne Nadjarian. Third row: Nick Mirabile, 
James Mercurio, Scott Moldoff, William Mooney, Donald 
Mills. Fourth row: Stephen Moynihan, Glen Michell, Charles 
Moran, Mark Muise, Michael Miller. Missing: Joseph 
Meola, Charles Mula, Douglas Moulton, Mima Mola, Ed- 
Millian, Colleen Mogan, Phillip Mula, Karen O'Connell, 
Deborah Montagna. 





366 
Miss Bowen 



First row: Eva Pagnani, Mary Lou Pasciscia, Linda Pagliazzo, 
Jeanne Pelletier, Debra Patano. Second row: Marjorie 
Pearlman, Barbara Poirier, Cindy Palmiotto, Linda Pelle- 
tier, Gloria Petrie. Third row: Nancy Place, Linda Penzone, 
Lorraine Park, Barbara Perron, Susan Pierce. Fourth row: 
John Perra, William Lord, Bobby Peltier, Daniel Perruzzi, 
Michael Petucone. Fifth row: Mark Phillips, David Panjian, 
Donald Poirier, Scott Penny, John Pinzone. 



365 
Miss Andreassian 

First row: Nancy Owens, Nancy Murray, Kathy Noke. Sec- 
ond row: Kim Munroe, AnnMarie Murgo, Jane Ohnemus, 
Sarah Orifice, Karen O'Connell. Third row: Hilary Nichol- 
son, Julia Nix, Barbie O'Donnell, Suzann O'Reilly, Mary 
O'Connell. Fourth row: Jimmy Murry, Steve Narjarian, 
Joe O'Brien, Steve Norton, Tommy Noonan. Fifth row: 
Alfred Murphy, Thomas Murphy, Steve Olbrys, Paul Osga- 
nian. Missing: Susan Murphy, Therese Nolan, Brian O'Hal- 
loran, Elizabeth Omara, Jo Ormond, Paul O'Brien. 





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367 
Mr. Yarkin 



First row. Mary Rose Richard, Bette Radosta, Sherie Res- 
tivo, Gregory Raneri, Doreen Paulin, Nancy Powers. Sec- 
ond row: Debra Ranno, Annette Pressou, Donna Randolph. 
Third row. Jennifer Porretta, Nancy Raguso, Kim Proven- 
cher, Deborah Richardson, Janice Princiotta. Fourth row. 
William Rea, Michael Ravesi, Robert Quakers, David 
Reardon, David Riccio. Fifth row: Harold Reilly, Joseph 
Rando, Lance Porter, Jeffrey Renna, Vincent Provencher. 
Missing: Holly Powderly, Frederick Ralston, Robert Stepa- 
nian. 




First row: Paula Russo, Janet 
Salvato, Nancy Sampson, Joanne 
Rickman, Lee Rooney. Second 
row: Suzanne Roller, Barbara 
Roche, Donna Ricketts, Maureen 
Sacoco, Marian Rogoli. Third 
row: Darlene Sandstrom, Chris 
Rooney, Cheryl Ryan, Patricia 
Santa, Rolande Richard. Fourth 
row: Kevin Robichaud, Linda 
Robichaud, David Rossi, Linda 
Ruggiero, Ralph Salvucci. Fifth 
row: David Sangeleer, Philip 
Russo, David Ryan, Steven Roche, 
Kenneth Sanasarian. 




369 
Mrs. Hepting 




371 
Miss Quinn 



First row: Paula Shelly, Carol Shread. Second row: Deborah 
Sauro, Diane Saulnier, Frances Signoretti, Violet Santiago, 
Karen Sites. Third row: Susan Shaw, Kim Schopen, Karen 
Schuessler, Joan Short, Mary Susan Sinopoli. Fourth row: 
Ernest Sicotte, Dana Sickles, Thomas Saulnier, Roger See- 
holzer, Richard Shaughnessy. Fifth row: John Tantolucito, 
Scott Skinner, Wayne Sheck, David Shepherd, Frank Scanio. 



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372 
Mr. Foley 



First row: Mike Smith, Eric Stocki, Paul Smith, Bill Smith, 
Peter Streck, Joe Sennett, Bob Strom, Mike Sullivan. Sec- 
ond row: Dave Smith, Peter Smith, Gene Steele, John 
Stahl, Charles Sumner. Third row: Mike Stanton, James 
Sullivan, Peter Smerlas, Brian Stanton. Fourth row: David 
Stevens, Janice Stivala, Susan Stark, Linda Smith, Chester 
Sutherland. Fifth row: Joan Stohl, Paula Sullivan, Karen 
Stratton, Cathy Sullivan. Sixth row: Kathy Sullivan, Nancy 
Cottile, Jean Stoney. 



375 
Miss Coppell 




First row: Cheryl Warren, Lillian 
Vasselin, Wayne Wenrworth, 
Margarita Voulgaropoulos, Caro- 
lyn Veno. Second row: Richard 
Vincuilla, Kathryn Walsh, Darcy 
Vary, Sandra Vincent, Kenneth 
Warren. Third row: William 
Wanberg, John Wenckus, Jeffrey 
Wellman, Gary Vincent, Stephen 
Whalen, Paul Vecchione. Miss- 
ing: Donna Weeks, Alfred Wenc- 
kus, Robert Wade, Thomas 
Wheaton, Ronald Walker, Doug- 
las Watson. 



373 
Miss Snow 



First row: Marie Thompson, Margaret Valenzano, Mary 
Vanaria, Debbie Totogrande, Donna Vanaria, Gabrielle 
Thibodeau. Second row: Gail Thorne, Ellen Studley, 
Johanna Seabo, Denise Tamburo. Third row: Janet Towne, 
Nancy Taylor, Ann Thidemann, Patricia Taylor. Fourth 
row: Robert Tuttle, Jeff Tavenner, Bob Vanaria. Fifth row: 
Frank Thomas, John Taylor, Scott Taylor, Chris Vafiades. 
Sixth row: Daniel Tierney, Robert Vance, Richard Tucker, 
John Sweeney, John Trifiletti. 




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How about a drink, Debbie? 



May I have this dance, please? 




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FOOTBALL TEAM. First row: John McCarthy, Bill Lee, Steve Morin, Jim Lupo, Wayne Gullotti, 
Bill Edmunds, Joe Milner, Richard Chebookjian, Dan Keohane, Paul Blanchard. Second row: Peter 
Pappas, Dick McCue, Charlie Lombardi, Mike Sullivan, Mike Curtin, Lou Annunciata, Jim Auld, 
Ed Elliot, Gary Sweder, John. Arnold. Third row: John Brown, Dick Jacobs, John Landry, John 
Boudreau, Tom Callahan, Mike Shea, Gary Medeiros, Ted Thomas. Fourth row: Bob Withrow, 
Jim Wilde, John Antonellis, Fred Dileone, Jerry Cox, Sam Cetrano, Mark Segalini, Joe Brescia. 
Fifth row: Bob Thomas, Tim Driscoll, Larry Devlin, Bob Wilde, Kevin McCarthy, Jim Arnold, 
Dennis Naughton. Sixth row: Bill Foley, Ken Arnold, Paul Naughton. 




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Football 







FOOTBALL TALLIES 

MALDEN 6 WALTHAM 

BROOKLINE 14 WALTHAM 

ARLINGTON 13 WALTHAM 

HAVERHILL 13 WALTHAM 

WEYMOUTH 16 WALTHAM 

LOWELL 24 WALTHAM 

BROCKTON 42 WALTHAM 

NEWTON 21 WALTHAM 

SOMERVILLE 14 WALTHAM 



20 
27 

6 
6 

6 

38 




Hold on, Richie. 



Go Hawks! 



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The great Hawk defense. 




HOCKEY TEAM. Front row: Francis Melanson, Joseph La?aro, David Annercherico, William 
Clark, Paul LeBlanc, Jay Bell, Roger Biron, John Leard. Second row: Regis Boudreau, John 
Kokidko, Richard Shaughnessy, Joseph Ormond, Robert Tolon, Brian Shaughnessy, William Foley, 
Bruce Campbell, Thomas Reagan, John McKenzie, Steven Happeny. Third row: Clifford Howe, 
Paul Rizzo, Peter LeBlanc, Larry Boudreau, Kenneth Dimaggio. 




Hockey 



Fantastic save! 



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Basketball 




In she goes! 




Soaring! 



TROPHY AWARD RECIPI- 
ENTS. Standing: Steven Cincot- 
ta, James Bonica, Thomas LeFort. 
Kneeling: Coach Prohovich, Wil- 
liam Stanton. 




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Win some, lose some. 



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BASKETBALL VARSITY. Back row. William Chiasson, John Hayes, William Stanton, Joseph 
Shaughnessy, John Cox, Coach Phohovich. Front row. Bradley Childs, Chuck Coveney: Captain, 
Thomas LeFort, Steven Concotta. 




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basketball? 



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John Hayes for the Hawks. 




BASKETBALL TALLIES 

RINDGE 55 WALTHAM 

LOWELL 53 WALTHAM 

BROCKTON 68 WALTHAM 

CAMBRIDGE 58 WALTHAM 

ARLINGTON 44 WALTHAM 

WEYMOUTH SOUTH 42 WALTHAM 

NEWTON 63 WALTHAM 

BROOKLINE 56 WALTHAM 

WEYMOUTH NORTH 67 WALTHAM 

SOMERVILLE 43 WALTHAM 

RINDGE 47 WALTHAM 

BROCKTON 65 WALTHAM 

CAMBRIDGE 55 WALTHAM 

ARLINGTON 66 WALTHAM 

WEYMOUTH SOUTH 66 WALTHAM 

NEWTON 62 WALTHAM 

BROOKLINE 64 WALTHAM 

WEYMOUTH NORTH 49 WALTHAM 

SOMERVILLE 40 WALTHAM 

LOWELL 54 WALTHAM 



60 

32 
67 
61 
48 
49 
59 
38 
47 
33 
58 
57 
66 
54 
75 
47 
67 
46 
34 
60 



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Mark Wilson and Doug Stevens. 

Track - Cross - Country 





Allen Jacobs, Richard Chebookjian and Coach Gould. 
Steve Segien. 



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Doug Stevens. 




Joe Tranchita and Doug Dufresne. 




OUTDOOR TRACK. First row: Brad Har- 
greaves, John Caban, Bob Gallagher, Dan 
Ouellette, Steve Gaudet, Mark Wilson. Sec- 
ond row: Jerry Byrne, Neil DeStefano, Richard 
Chebookjian, Joe Tranchita, Stan DinofT, Joe 
Richardson. Third row: Charlie Faulstich, 
David Stevens, Steve Moynihan, Bob McGann, 
Jay Byrne, Dick Cloonan, Mike Ward, Steve 
Segien, Mike Malone, John Leard, Doug 
Dufresne, Dick Jacobs. 



TRACK TEAM. First row: Stan Dinoff, Richard 
Chebookjian, Joe Tranchita, Doug Dufresne. Second 
row: Pam Gaudet (manager), Steve Segien, Richard 
Jacobs, Al Jacobs, Pam Keyes (manager). 





CROSS COUNTRY. First row: John Caban, Jay 
Byrne, Joe Tranchita, Dick Cloonan, Dave Ste- 
vens, Steve Gaudet. Second row: Bob Gallagher, 
Charles Faulstich, Doug Dufresne, Stan DinofT, 
Mark Wilson, Ed Kokidko, Coach Gould. Third 
row: Steve Segien, John Leard, Mike Malone. 



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Tennis 




TENNIS TEAM. John DeSisto, Alan Stohl, Bob Tupper, John Morizzio, Jan Procyk, George 
Borell, Dan Denaro, Bob Vanaria, Ken Demeo-captain, Paul Parisi, David Stepp, Coach Tom 
Foley. 






Golf 



GOLF TEAM. Front row: David 
Aucoin, Martin Brophy, Joseph 
Rizzo. Back row: Kevin Kelley, 
Richard DePamphilis, Steven 
O'Kane, Robert Field. 




Swimming 



SWIM TEAM. Standing: Paul Erikson, 
Ben Wright, Bob MacMahon ( Captain ) , 
Louis Czuezwa, John Petterson, Warren 
French (Coach). Kneeling: Mike 

Ryhn, Peter Erikson, Kevin Lowe, 
Chuck Mula. 



Wrestling 




WRESTLING TEAM. First row: Paul Mangini, Gary Loutard. Second row 
Joseph Appruzze, Jeff Tavenner, Martin Brophy, Richard Logan. Third row 
Robert Withrow, Gary Palmer, Joseph Melone. 



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Rifle 



RIFLE TEAM. Top: (Coach) Jack Toohill, Glen Mitchell, Chris Lord, Dave Cusano, Gary Cardone, 
Mark Quinn, Al Tierney, Tom Bordenca, Glen Lord, Dan Peruzzi, Steve Mayo, Joe Siano (Coach ). 
Bottom: Ed Zwinbla, Bill Rogge, Norman Scafidi, Dick Lenza. 



With Captain Gary Cardone 
as the only shooter back from 
the "70" team, which tied for 
first place in the Middlesex 
Scholastic Rifle League, the 
Hawks finished with a 6 win 
and 3 losses, which was good 
for a complete green team in 
1971. The sharpshooters have 
had great success since their 
rifle range was built in the 
Kennedy Jr. High in I960. 
With two New England 
championships, four league 
titles, all for 97 wins; the 
summary 6 wins — 3 losses. 





RIFLE TALLIES 






WALTHAM 


OPPONENT 


WATERTOWN 


829 


795 


ACTON 


836 


791 


MELROSE 


852 


614 


NEWTON 


895 


847 


WAYLAND 


874 


893 


MARLBORO 


894 


864 


MALDEN 


883 


888 


CONCORD 


8^2 


832 


BEDFORD 


896 


880 



Ski 



SKI TEAM. First row: Jean Hayden, Margo Antonnucci, Lynnette 
Dahlin, Joan Stohl, Janet Towne. Second row: Richard McWade, 
Chris Vahades, David Favre, Michael Davis, Richard Aucoin, 
Stephen Cellucci, David Smith, Ted Consoli, Robert Duffey, 
Stephen Butcher. 



236 




Baseball 




BASEBALL TEAM. First row: Mark Ryberg (Captain), Jimmy Lupo, Mike Shea, Eddie Elliot, 
Tony Lando, Pete Allia, Neil Goldberg, Marty Cormier, Bill Foley. Second row: Doug Kennedy, 
Chuck Wester, Dana Kneeland, Gary Shoener, Rusty Krahn, Louis Annunciata, John Quakers, 
Jimmy Auld (Captain), John Landry, Mr. Yetten (Coach). 





BASEBALL TALLIES 






WALTHAM 


OPPONENT 


NATICK 


3 





MILFORD (10 innings) 


1 


2 


ARLINGTON 


1 


6 


NEWTON 


5 


1 


BROCKTON 





5 


WEYMOUTH SO. 


5 


1 


BROOKLINE 


6 


4 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


1 


2 


RINDGE TECH 


7 





ARLINGTON 


5 


10 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


4 





WEYMOUTH SO. 


5 


4 


BROOKLINE 


6 


3 


WEYMOUTH NO. 


6 





NEWTON 





8 


BROCKTON (11 innings) 


4 


5 


RINDGE TECH 


4 


1 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


7 


4 



237 





Denise Dubie 



Gail Heintzi 





Ann Mclnnis 



Carol Tousignant 





Eileen O'Reilly 



Gilda Papia 



238 





Claire Cottone 




Karen Quagliozzi 



Debbie Antico 




Ginny Peros 







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"Give me a W!" 



239 



Girls' Volleyball 




VOLLEYBALL TEAM. First row. Susan Brophy, Karen Johnson, Debra Beron — Captain, Kim 
Day, Meredith Dahl, Deborah Hill. Second row. Connie Lombardo — manager, Ellen Dowcett — 
manager, Judy Connors — manager, Jane McNamara — manager, Miss Helen Castros — Coach. 






TALLIES 






WALTHAM < 


3PPON 


ARLINGTON 


16 


14 




8 


15 




12 


15 


NEWTON 


15 


7 




15 


4 


CAMBRIDGE 


15 


2 


LATIN 


14 


16 




15 


8 


NEWTON SOUTH 


15 


12 




10 


. 15 




8 


15 


ARLINGTON 


15 


8 




11 


15 




15 


13 


NEWTON 


15 


4 




8 


15 




15 


7 


CAMBRIDGE 


15 


9 


LATIN 


15 


5 


NEWTON SOUTH 


15 


6 




13 


15 




15 


10 



lost 



won 



won 



lost 



won 



won 



won 



won 



GIRLS' SUBURBAN LEAGUE CHAMPS 6 wins— 2 losses 



240 



Girls' Basketball 




BASKETBALL TEAM. First row: Shelley Perron — manager, Meredith Dahl, Marge Ohnemus, 
Kathryn Kouray. Second row: Lorna Lorette, Chris Molonea — co-captain, Jane McNamara, Kim 
Day. Third row: Susan Brophy, Jane E. McNamara, Elizabeth Condon, Deborah Hill, Ellen 
Andrews. 



TALLIES 




WALTHAM C 


)PPO!S 


ARLINGTON 


17 


67 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


34 


39 


NEWTON 


24 


34 


BROOKLINE 


22 


37 


ARLINGTON 


10 


58 


NEWTON SOUTH 


53 


38 


CAMBRIDGE LATIN 


26 


68 


BROCKTON 


40 


30 


BROOKLINE 


34 


36 


NEWTON SOUTH 


39 


44 


NEWTON 


32 


34 


BROCKTON 


24 


31 


2 wins— 


-10 losses 






241 



Girls' Varsity Tennis 




TENNIS TEAM. First row: Terry Calarese, Cindy Palmiotto, Terry Whittington, Carol Palmiotto, 
Carol Brunaccini, Rita Hardiman. Second row: Chris Paige, Karen Megerdichian, Debby London, 
Janet Block, Mrs. Isabel Allan, Ginny Wright. 




J.V. SOFTBALL. First row: Barbara Perron, Jane McNamara, Debbie Lacci, Betsy Condon, 
Gabriel Thibodeau, Debbie Cincotta. Second row: Judy Keegan, Ann Lillis, Paula Camcsano, 
Chris Howard, Sandra Dion, Susan Hines, MaryAnn Gogan. 

VARSITY SOFTBALL: Brenda Burns, Judy Connors (manager), Kim Day, Donna Gabriel, 
Debbie Gaudet, Debbie Hachey, Gail Hentzi, Debby Hill, Lorna Loretre, Pam Marchese, Anne 
McNamara, Karen Meliones (manager) , Miss Kathryn Kouray — coach. 



242 




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BUSINESS STAFF: Jean 
Burke, Barbara Noonan, Mr. 
Thomas Neyldn — Advisor, 
Beverly Jigarjian, Gayle Cer- 
qua, Barbara Gullotti. Missing: 
Jane Roughsedge, Pam Keyes, 
Betsy Clark, Sue Nicotera, Sue 
Gagnon, Pam Cardarelli, Gilda 
Papia, Karen Remal. 



Mirror Staff 



LITERARY STAFF: Judy 
Crosby, Debbie Newis, Libby 
Wright, Miss Therese Aucoin 
— Adiisot, Regina Pacitti, Pat 
Muldoon, Barbara Lorenzen, 
Judy Murray. Standing: Peggy 
Christopher. Kathy O'Rielly, 
Anne Mclnnis. Alissing — 
Anne Schkuta. 




244 



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YEARBOOK EDITORS: Libby Wright— Lay-Out Editor, Barbara Lorenzen— Actii ities Editor, 
Regina Pacitti — Editor-in-Chief, Kathy O'Rielly — Senior Section Editor, Anne Mclnnis — Spurts 
Editor, Pat Muldoon — Senior Section Editor. Missing — Anne Schkuta — Art Editor. 



Photography: Russo Art Studio 

Our thanks to the following who assisted us in publishing the 1971 Mirror: 

Mr. George E. P. Husson Jr. 
The News Tribune 
Mr. Frank Murphy 
Mrs. Josephine Hughes 
Mr. Robert Moore 
Miss Margaret Nolan 
Miss Claire Nolan 
Mr. Robert Eagle 
Mr. Gerard Belliveau 
Mrs. Lillian Shirley 
Loring Studios 
Joseph Appruzze 
Homeroom Teachers 
Club Moderators 
Sports Coaches 



245 



FRIENDS OF 



EDWARD T. BIGHAM, JR., ATTY. 

A. P. BLOOMENTHAL, M. D. 

WARREN R. BOLTON, ESQUIRE 

MORRIS BORDENCA, M. D. 

DR. ARNOLD S. BRILL 

DOUGLAS E. BUTMAN, M. D. 

LYNN D. CHAFFEE, M. D. 

FELIX E. CINCOTTA, ATTY. 

JOHNC. COLLINS, ATTY. 

ARTHUR FINN, ATTY. 

FLYNN&FLYNN,ATTYS. 

HARNISH, MANSFIELD, MARSH AND 
MacDONALD, ATTYS. 

JOHN P. HIGGINS, ATTY. 
HECTOR M. MARIN, M. D. 



WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 



JOHN McMANAMA, M. D. 
JOSEPH F. MEROLA, M. D. 
JOHN L MORRISON, M. D. 
JACK NAMIAS, D. D. S. 
GERHARD J. NEWERLA, M. D. 



FLORENTINO P. PINA, M. D. 



DR. HAROLD B. REILLY 



DR. ROBERT M. SAINATO 



NICHOLAS J. SEMENZA, M. D. 
JAMES V. SMITH, ATTY. 
THOMAS P. WHITE, M. D. 



DR. WARREN G. YOUNG 



DR. VITO A ZOLLA 













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HOMEROOM 311 



CAROL ARSENAULT 



DEBRA AUNCHMAN 



DENISE ARSENAULT 



DAVID AUSTIN 



KENNETH ARSENAULT 



ANGELO AVERSA 



LEO ARSENAULT 



GUNTER BABURINS 



ROGER ARSENAULT 



DIANE BADGER 



RAYMOND ARSENAULT 



BARBARA BAKER 



SUSAN ARUTUNIAN 



STEPHEN BAKER 



FRANCIS ATTARDO 



ROSE ATTARDO 



SUSAN BALDARO 
EDWARD BALLO 



DARLEEN AUCOIN 



STEVEN BARDEN 



DENISE AUCOIN 



ANTHONY BARRILE 



EDMOND AUCOIN 



JANET BARRY 



MARY AUCOIN 



MARY BARRY 



MICHELLE AUCOIN 



MARIE BASTARACHE 



WILLIAM AUCOIN 



TIMOTHY BAUER 



Compliments 
of 


Compliments 
of 


J. F. & F. 1. 


ROOM 117 


ROBINSON, 
INC. 








Best Wishes 


All Forms 


ROOM 125 


of Insurance 




'TAYTERS POTATO CHIP COMPANY 

118 Calvary St., Waltham, Mass. 


"Waltham High School Cafeteria is supplied with the 
best potato chips-'TAYTORS" 

Mrs. K. Joan Whitemore, Owner 


AUTO BODY DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 

PATRICK BELLIVEAU JOHN FOLEY 


GUY CORMIER JAMES KAUFMAN 


WARREN DOLAN CHARLES PHEENEY 


EDWARD FALONE JOHN POWERS 


NEIL FITZGERALD JOHN FOLEY JAMES SENNETT 



250 



Compliments 
of 

DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 

CLASS 

BRENDA BURNS 
MARIA CAPPADONA 
CONNIE CIMINO 
PAULINE COLLINS 
DONNA DAVID 
DANIEL DELANEY 
MARIA Dl CARLO 
MARIA GEMELLI 
CARMELA MALLOZZI 
KENNETH PETERSON 
DAVID PHILLIPS 
KATHY SCHOPEN 
MARY SIMMONS 
GAIL WEEKS 
LINDA WILSON 
KATHLEEN YOUNG 



251 



HOMEROOM 210 




AUDREY ABBOTT 
KAREN ABORN 
JOEL ACKERMAN 
GREGORY ADAMS 
ANA ALISCEA 



LINDA ALISEO 
MARIA ALLAIN 
RAYMOND ALLAIN 
PATRICIA ALLIA 
MARK ALLISON 



DANIEL ALTRICH 
GARY ANDERSON 
WILLIAM ANDREWS 
LOUIS ANNUNCIATA 
DEBRA ANTICO 



MARGO ANTONUCCI 
LORRAINE ARENA 
PATRICIA ARENA 
KAREN ARENBURG 



WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENTS, INC. 



221 Crescent St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



"PRECISION HAS BEEN OUR BUSINESS SINCE 1850" 



Compliments of 

SHAW'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

945 Main St. 



IDEAL CLEANERS & DYERS 
OF WALTHAM 



582 Moody St. 



TW 4-1256 



J. G. AKILLIAN INC. 
Realtors 

Multiple Listing Service 

611 Trapelo Road 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

894-6650 




252 




HOMEROOM 211 



MARY ARIZMENDI 



JUDITH AUCOIN 



JOHN ARNOLD 



JAMES AULD 



MICHAEL ARNOLD 



LOUISE AUSTIN 



ROBERT ARNOLD 



JOSE AVILES 



SALLY ARNOLD 



STEPHEN AYKANIAN 



PATRICK ARSENAULT 



DEBRA BABUL 



PAUL ARSENAULT 



DEE BACHELDER 



PAUL ARSENAULT 



FREDERICK BADGER 



ANTHONY ATTARDO 



JEANNE BALEVIC 



DIANE AUBIE 



GAIL BARDSLEY 



DAVID AUCOIN 



PETER BARMAKIAN 



GEOFFREY AUCOIN 



KATHY BANNAN 



253 



ROOM 246 


Good Luck 
From 

ROOM 212 


A.B.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. 

42 Emerson Rd. TW 3-6701 


Compliments 

ROY JOHNSTON CO. 

929 Main Street 


Compliments 
of 

SEARS ROEBUCK CO. 

240 Moody St. Waltham 


W. J. DONLAN CONTRACTING CO., INC. 

93 POND ST. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 
TWinbrook 4-0769 


Best Wishes 
From 

ROOM 242 




ROOM 128 


Compliments of 

RODERICK J. O'NEIL 

Optometrist 

TWinbrook 4-2444 657 Main St. 

Waltham, Mass. 



254 



ROOM 243 



CHRISTINE HOWE 



LEO HOWE 



MARY IAGULLI 



KAREN ISAACSON 



JOHN IZZI 



MARCEL JABOC 
ALLEN JACOBS 
KENNETH JAMES 
DENNIS JEE 
GARY JEE 



BEVERLEY JIGARJIAN 



JAMES JIGARJIAN 



CYNTHIA JOHANSEN 



DIANE JOHNSON 



HOMEROOM 215 




CATHER BURKE 
ELLEN BURKE 
JEAN BURKE 
BARBARA BURNELL 
BRENDA BURNS 
JUDITH BURNS 



MARTHA BUSHWAY 
WILLIAM BUTCHER 
JAMES BUTLER 
FRANCIS BUTMAN 
CLEMENT CAISSIE 
YVETTE CAISSIE 



DANIEL CALLAHAN 
JOYCE CALLAHAN 
JOSEPH CAMPBELL 
STEPHEN CAMPBELL 
PAUL CANE 
CAROL CAPPADONA 



MARIAN CAPPADONA 
STEPHEN CAPPADONA 
PAMELA CARDARELLI 
RICHARD CARLSON 
MARIAN CARPENTINO 



HOMEROOM 110 



JUDITH ABELLI 
NANCY ADAMS 
STEPHAN AHLMAN 
JOSEPH ALESSANDRO 
CLAUDE ALLAIN 
DANIEL ALLEN 
PETER ALLIA 



GERALD ALTRICH 
CAROL ANDERSON 
PAULA ANGELO 
JOHN ANTONELLIS 
MARY ARENA 
ROBERT ARENBURG 
THOMAS ARMSTRONG 



SUSAN ARNO 
CAROLYN ARNOLD 
JAMES ARNOLD 
KENNETH ARNOLD 
NANCY ARNOLD 
STEPHEN ARNOLD 
WILLIAM ARSENAULT 



255 



NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE 

Nothing is Impossible, 

Class of 71; 

If man can walk upon the moon, 

Then anything can be done. 

Nothing is Impossible, 

And peace will come to stay; 

The future looks much brighter now, 

Plan for it today. 

Nothing is Impossible, 
If you have the will to try; 
No depths too deep to conquer, 
No mountain top too high. 

Nothing is Impossible, 

You can achieve success; 

What you have learned throughout the years, 

Will help you meet the test. 

Nothing is Impossible, 
May knowledge light your way; 
Good Luck to you, Class of '71 , 
As you graduate, today. 






THE KIRSCH REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE OFFICE 






LOUIS J. KIRSCH,JR. 



LOU KIRSCH, 3rd 



WELTON D. BROWN 



CLYDE F. JOSLYN, JR. 



256 



HOMEROOM 218 




DENISE CORMIER 
IDA CORMIER 
RUTH CORRIGAN 
DAVID COSGROVE 
DEBORA COSGROVE 



NANCY COTTERLY 
CLAIRE COTTONE 
CLARENCE COVENEY 
DIANNE COX 
JEFFREY CRANE 



JOYCE CRANE 
STEVEN CREAMER 
CHRISTINE CREONTE 
JUDITH CROSBY 
CAROL CUERDON 



MARLENE CURTIN 
JOHN CURTIS 
DONNA DAGOSTINO 



Compliments of 



MIKE O'NEIL 
PHOTOGRAPHER 



Complete Photographic Service 



698 MAIN ST. 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



TEL. 893-8607 



JAMES E. REGAN 
Realtor 

Insurance of All Types— Sales— Rentals 

Phone 893-1181 

100 Hammond Street 

Waltham 34, Massachusetts 



ERICS HAIRDRESSING STUDIO 




40 Warren St. 



Waltham 



Telephone TW 3-9464 



COLONIAL KITCHEN 



19 Crescent St. 



Waltham 



TW 4-4010 



257 




HOMEROOM 213 



ANDREW BLAIKLOCK 



RACHEL BOWLEY 



PAUL BLANCHARD 



JOSEPH BRESCIA 



THOMAS BLANCHARD 



SUSAN BRESNAHAN 



JANET BLOCK 



JOHNNIE BRIGGS 



DAMIAN BLUMENREICH 



MAJORIE BRINTON 



PAUL BOGOSIAN 



DIANE BRODY 



PATRICK BOISVERT 



DENISE BROOKS 



JAMES BONICA 



PAULA BROPHY 



VALARIE BONICA 



CATHERINE BROTMAN 



GEORGE BORRELL 



SUE BRY 



PATRICK BOUDROT 



SUSAN BRYANT 



JOANNE BOURQUE 



KAREN BUCCELLA 



CAROL BUCKLEY 



258 



GERARD V. BEAUDOIN 


PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING 


JOBBING AND REMODELING A SPECIALTY 


1 4 HAMMOND ST. TELEPHONE 


WALTHAM, MASS. 893-0283 


02154 


MASTER PLUMBER'S MASTER GAS FITTER'S 


LICENSE #6344 LICENSE #M-2040 


POWER OIL BURNER 


LICENSE #9317 


BYRON'S MEN'S STORE 


• fi» THE TUX SHOP 

: L I|\J ; 


Complete Formal Rental Service 


M!W' 


348-386 Moody St. 
893-7053 


Complete Line of Men's Formal Wear 

for Rental 

Newton, Massachusetts 
Thomas McCullough 




Res. Phone 894-3702 




WALTHAM COAL & OIL 




CO. INC. 


ROOM 275 


691 Main Street 




894-0116 




Complete Oil Heating Service 



259 



RINGS -PINS -FAVORS 
MEDALS -TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KDEH 



21 Waterhouse Road 



BELMONT, MASS. 



260 




HOMEROOM 221 



MARIA Dl CARLO 



JOHN DIDEO 



JOSEPH H. DOUCETTE 



PAUL DOUGLAS 



JOHN Dl LEONE 


DAVID DREW 


PAUL Dl LUCA 


DAVID DRINON 


MICHAEL Dl NAUTA 


TIMOTHY DRISCOLL 


STANLEY DINOFF 


ALBERT DUBE 


KAREN DION 


DENISE DUBIE 


KATHLEEN DOHERTY 


ELINOR DUBOIS 


DIANE DOMURAT 


PAULA DUDDY 


JOYCE DONAHUE 


ROBERT DUFFEY 


STEPHEN DONNELLY 


DOUGLAS DUFRESNE 


ALAIN DOUCET 





261 



Best Wishes 



FROM 



COLEMAN & SONS 



REALTORS - INSURORS 



451 MAIN STREET WALTHAM 



ESTABLISHED 1910 



262 




HOMEROOM 240 

DAVID GIARDINA 
EDWARD GIARDINA 
LINDA GILLEN 
FRANCES GIORGIANNI 
JOANNE GIORGIANNI 
PHYLLIS GIROLAMO 
PAUL GISBOURNE 
MARK GLEN 
PAULA GOLDMAN 
PETER GOODE 
CYNTHIA GRACIA 
CORINE GRAZIOSI 
MERIL GRIFF 
RALPH GUELI 
BARBARA GULLOTTI 
JOSEPH GULLOTTI 
PATRICK HALSTEAD 



263 




HOMEROOM 244 



RICHARD JACOBS 
JUDITH JOHNSON 
KARIN JOHNSON 
DAVID JOLIAT 
BRIAN JONES 
SHARLEEN JONES 
JOANNE JURJURIAN 
NANCY KACHAGIAN 
MARGARET KARAMAS 



BEVERLY KARLBERG 
SUSAN KARR 
LISA KASPER 
MARY KAVALISKI 
JEANETTE KAZANJIAN 
KEVIN KEADY 
CHRIS KEENE 
KEVIN KELLY 
MAURA KELLY 



264 



Compliments 

of 

PAUL E. P. BURNS CO., INC. 

316 Summer St. 
BOSTON 10, MASS. 



Caps — Gowns — Hoods 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

ROOM 146 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM STOVE CO. 



573 MAIN STREET 



Waltham 



894-0068 



Tel. 894-0423 Res. 894-691 9 

CAMUTI 
PLUMBING & HEATING CO., INC. 



GAS AND OIL BURNERS 
REMODELING 



EDWARD F. PERILLI 
Master Plumber 



976 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



265 



266 



HOMEROOM 263 




BARBARA NOONAN 



REGINA PACITTI 



STEVEN NOONON 



CHRISTINE PAIGE 



WILLIAM NORTON 



SUSAN PALMER 



PAMELA NUTILE 



GREGORY PANJIAN 



COLLEEN O'CONNELL 



GILDA PAPIA 



MARGUERITE OHNEMUS 



CHRISTINE PAPPARGERIS 



STEPHEN O'KANE 



PETER PAPPAS 



CAROL OLBRYS 



PAUL PARISI 



RICHARD OLIVA 



GARY PARRELLA 



VINCENT OLIVO 



MARTY PATTERSON 



EILEEN O'REILLY 



WAYNE PENNEY 



KATHLEEN O'REILLY 



ANTHONY PENZONE 




CONGRATULATIONS 



Waltham High School 

Class of 1971 



HEWLETT M PACKARD 



Q 



MEDICAL ELECTRONICS DIVISION 



267 



Best Wishes 

From 

PERRY 
PONTIAC CADILLAC INC. 

1055 Main Street 

Waltham 

TW 3-3600 

PONTIAC-CADILLAC-TEMPEST 
SALES & SERVICE 


Open Wed. and Fri. Eves. Till 9:30 P.M. 
TWinbook 3-7358 

CHEZ ELISE 
BRIDAL SALON, INC. 

Waltham's Complete Bridal Salon 

683 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
(At Central Square) 


GOOD LUCK 
from 

ROOM 165 


JUMBO PIZZA 

627 Main St. — 893-8503 
New Addition for Your Comfort 


BEST WISHES 

To 

THE CLASS OF 70 

From 

ROOM 173 


Compliments 
of 

FRANK'S OF ROME 
FASHION BEAUTY SALON 

1100 Lexington St., Waltham 



268 



HOMEROOM 220 




ROBERT DAGOSTINO 
MARY DALEY 
DIANE DALLAIRE 
PATRICK DALY 
JOHN DANFORTH 



KEVIN DARCY 
DONNA DAVID 
JOAN DEFINO 
DANIEL DELANEY 
DENNIS DELANEY 



JOYCE DELANEY 
KAREN DELLA CAMERA 
SHARON DELONG 
DIANE DEMARCO 
PATRICK DEMEO 



MICHAEL DENNEHY 
PATRICK DEPASS 
CHRISTINE DEVOE 




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DRAFTING DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 



ROGER LE BLANC 
JOSEPH LEEBER 
ARTHUR McKINNON 
ROGER MUNROE 
KEVIN WESSELL 



HOMEROOM 225 




DAVID DUNBAR 
JUDITH DUNN 
HARRIETTE DUPIUS 
SUSAN DUPREZ 
BERNICE DUPUIS 



WATER DURKIN 
TERENCE EAGAN 
SHARON EDMUNDS 
WILLIAM EDMUNDS 
MARJORIE EISNER 



EDWARD ELLIOTT 
ELIZABETH ELLIS 
PHILIP ENGLISH 
CHRISTINE ENGRASSIA 
PAUL ERICKSON 



SALLY ERICKSON 
ROSANN FAMOSI 
APHONSEE FANARA 
ROBERT FIELDING 
WILLIAM FARANDA 



VIRGINIA FAULSTICH 
DIANE FELIX 
CLAUDIA FERRI 
ROBERT FIELD 
JANE FIORELLI 



270 




HOMEROOM 267 



GEORGE ROY 



LOUISE ROY 



SUSAN ROY 



LAURIE RUGGIERO 



CRAIG RUSSELL 



JOE RYAN 



MARK RYBERG 



PAUL RYBERG 



NANCY SALTZBERG 



SHEILA SALVATO 



JOSEPH SALVUCCI 



STEPHEN SAMPSON 



GLENN SAMUEL 



RICHARD SANASARIAN 



JOSEPH SANTANGELO 



SYLVIA SAULNIER 



KEITH SAWIN 



KAREN SCAFIDI 



JAMES SCANLON 



ANGELA SCHIAPPI 



ANN SCHKUTA 



JOHN SCHRIMPF 



BRIAN SCHULTZ 



271 



"THE 
FRIENDLY 
CITIZENS' 



FULL SERVICE BANK 




95 MOODY STREET • WALTHAM. MASS. 

MEMBER 
FEDERAL DEPOSIT tN3tlRAMCE CORPORATION • FEDERAL «ES5«VE SVSTCM 



HOMEROOM 247 




THOMAS LAFORT 
WILLIAM LAWLER 
RICHARD LAZARO 
ROBERT LEACH 



TIMOTHY LEAHY 
DEBORAH LE BLANC 
DOREEN LE BLANC 
MARIE LE BLANC 



PETER LE BLANC 
RICHARD LE BLANC 
BARBARA LE DUC 
MARSHA LAROSEE 



DANIEL LEE 
WILLIAM LEE 
KAREN LEEPER 



272 



NIAGARA MACHINE 


F.W.DERBEYSHIRE, INC. 


& 


265 Bear Hill Road 


TOOL WORKS 


Waltham, Mass. 

894-2900 

Manufacturers of: 
Instrument Lathes— Micromills 


COLLEGE PHARMACY 

OF WALTHAM, INC. 

J. Harris B.S., Reg. Pharm. 

576 South St. Waltham, Mass. 


Tel. 894-2290 


Micro Drill Press 


Best Wishes 


Best Wishes 


THE GIANT STORE 




1370 Main St. 


Room 187 


Waltham, Mass. 




Compliments of 1 


Tty^iJrv^c^ 


286 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 


"YOUR TEEN STORE IN WALTHAM" 


HOMEROOM 327 


r* 


T 
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E 
A 
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Compliments 
of 


Compliments of 

ADAMS-RUSSELL CO., INC. 

280 Bear Hill Rd. 




EMBASSY 

TUEATED 


\ WWW 






Waltham, Mass. 899-2540 





273 



MENDELSOHN'S 



469 Moody Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



ROOM 344 




WILLIAM KAUFMAN 
GEORGE KAZAZIAN 
KAREN KENISTON 
ROBIN KENNEY 
DARREN KEOUGH 
LINDA KERSHAW 



MARK KEVES 
NANCY KIBORT 
ALEXANDER KIEJZO 
JOYCE KILDAY 
JONATHAN KILGORE 
DENNIS KING 



JOHN KING 
WARREN KING 
JOHN KIRCHDORFER 
KATHLEEN KISH 
RANDY KLEINER 
EDWARD KOKIDKO 



LORI KRAHN 
MARK KRAMPITS 
NANCY KRING 
CONSTANCE KWIATKOWSKI 
NANCY LABRANCHE 
RAYMOND LA CAVA 



PRINTING DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 



michael benasky 
kenneth garber 
arthur lewis 
john long 
david Mcdonald 
paul valdanbrini 



274 




HOMEROOM 111 



PATRICK AUBERT 
JOSEPH AUCOIN 
JOYCE AUCOIN 
KAREN AUCOIN 
MARIE AUCOIN 
RICHARD AUCOIN 
SUSAN AUCOIN 
JOSEPH AVERY 
DAMARI AVILES 
MAX BABURINS 
JUDY BAGINSKY 
DIANE BAIA 
CARLA BAILEY 
THOMAS BAILLIO 
LAWRENCE BAKER 



RICHARD BALLO 
GARY BARDSLEY 
ROBERT BARKER 
HUGH BARNES 
EARL BARRETT 
JAMES BARRILE 
GREGORY BARRON 
GERARD BEAUDOIN 
MAUREEN BEAULIEU 
DEBORA BECK 
RUTH BECK 
KATHRYN BECKWITH 
PAMELA BELLE 
RONALD BELLIVEAU 



275 





"Over Forty Years of Friendly Service" 


NICKERSON & 




HILLS, INC. 


BRENTON E. TYLER 




INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 


917 MAIN ST. 




WALTHAM, MASS. 


Insurance — Real Estate 




893-4808 



Compliments of 



FARM BUREAU ASSOCIATION 

158 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



TW 3-3570 




MacNABB 
ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

131 Lexington Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

Telephone TWinbrook 3-8400 



Precision Sheet Metal Fabricators for the Electronics Industry 




LEVIN'S 
For the Finest in Fabrics 

22 Lexington Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

899-7743 



DEXTER DRUG CO. 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 
John P. Dexter, Reg. Pharm. 

Cor. Main and Rich Sts., TW 4-0196, Waltham, Mass. 



MAY'S BAKERY 

World's Most Progressive Bakery 

571 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



276 



Compliments of 

ELECTRO CONTRACTING 
& SERVICE CORP. 

129 Russell Street Waltham, Massachusetts 

TW 3-7792 



Compliments 
of 

Arthur and Raymond De Vincent 



GARDENCREST APARTMENTS 



Summer Street 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 

MASS. HARDWARE 

170 High St. Waltham 

893-671 1 

Monday through Friday: 8:00 A. M. - 9:00 P. M. 
Saturday: 8:00 A. M. - 6:00 P. M. 



277 



HOMEROOM 249 




LANCE MAC DOWELL 
CATHERINE MAC KINNON 
NORMAN MAC KINNON 
BRUCE MACLURE 
DENISE MAC NEIL 



RODERICK MAC PHERSON 
KATHY MADDEN 
CAROL MAGAZU 
GERARD MAILLET 
RONALD MAILLET 



RONALD MAILLET 
KEVIN MALLOY 
MICHAEL MALLOY 
CARMEL MALLOZZI 
RICHARD MALONEY 



JOANNE MANCUSO 
MARGARET MANERO 
PAUL MANGINI 
SANDRA MANSFIELD 
JEAN MANTENUTO 



Compliments of 

WALL-LEX CAR WASH 

878 Lexington St. 
Waltham 



H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

316 Moody Street, Waltham, Mass. 
Telephone TW 4-2880 



MASS BROKEN 
STONE CO. 



133 Boston Post Rd. 

Weston, Mass. 

TW 3-0489 



278 



HOMEROOM 261 




WILLIAM McGEAN 
DIANA McGRATH 
JOHN McGRATH 
ANNE MclNNIS 
DAVID MclVER 

myra Mclaughlin 



ROBERT McMAHON 
WILLIAM McMANUS 
RICHARD McWADE 
STEPHEN MEDEIRAS 
SAMUEL MEGA 
KAREN MEGERDICHIAN 
JUDITH MORAN 



JEANNE MELVIN 
CARLOS MERIDA 
CAROL MERRIAM 
PETER MIELE 
DEBORAH MILINAZZO 
JANET MILINAZZO 
DONNA MEOLA 



MARY MILIOTO 
JOSEPH MILNER 
PAULA MILNER 
CHRISTINE MOLONEA 
ROBERT MONOCO 
GAIL MONTGOMERY 



FENTON G. KEYES 
ASSOCIATES 

Consulting 
Architect— Engineers 



267 MOODY STREET 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



279 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1971 



GUARANTY TRUST 
COMPANY 



600 Main Street 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



LUNDEY ASSOCIATES, INC. 



694 Main Street 



Waltham 54, Mass. 



TW 3-8800 



McKENZIE TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 

JOHN D. McKENZIE 
President and Treasurer 



194 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



BAY STATE FLORIST 
SUPPLY, INC. 

285 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 

899-1020 



280 




HOMEROOM 175 



PATRICIA PRESTON 



ROBERT RANGEL 



DIANE POULIN 



JOANNE RAO 



TIMOTHY POWERS 



LINDA RAVALLI 



CHARLES PRIEST 



NANCY REA 



MARJORY PRIEST 



MAUREEN REDDY 



DONNA PRIESTMAN 



MARGARET REED 



JAN PROCYK 



THOMAS REGAN 



JOYCE PROIA 



JOAN REILLY 



JAMES PULLANO 



PATRICK REYES 



ARLENE PURCHASE 



JOSEPH RIBEIROS 



JOHN QUALTERS 



ROBERT RICCI 



LESLIE QUINN 



PAUL RICHARD 



MARIANNE QUINN 



JOSEPH RICHARDSON 



KENNETH RALSTON 



281 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE & SON 



Established 1910 



FUNERAL HOME 



552 Main Street 



Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



282 



(ADedt lAJishes 



ROOM 325 



PIECE OF PIZZA 
RESTAURANT 

897 Main St.— Waltham 



Compliments of 

WAYSIDE BARBER SHOP 

471 Main St. Waltham 



GEORGE E. OLSON, INC. 



For Men and Boys 



Tel. TW 3-1088 



331 Moody Street 



HOMEROOM 262 




STEPHEN MORIN 
JOHN MORIZIO 
THOMAS MORRISON 
LAURA MOZIE 
CYNTHIA MUCCI 
PATRICIA MULA 



PATRICIA MULDOON 
BARBARA MULI.ANEY 
CARLEEN MURPHY 
ROBERT MURPHY 
JUDITH MURRAY 
THOMAS MYERS 



DONALD MYSHRALL 
SANDRA NAGEE 
GARY NAJARIAN 
BERNICE NATHANSON 
MARGARET NAVIEN 
FREDERICK NEAL 



ELISE NESSOLINI 
DEBORA NEWIS 
JUDITH NICHOLSON 
TIMOTHY NOLTE 
FREDERICK OWENS 



283 



Give Your Family A Treat AT 



Henry's 
Mister Donut Shop 



THE COFFEE AND DONUTS 
THAT MADE Mister DONUT® FAMOUS 



SNtiatjmxmM, 




876 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Wal-Lex Shopping Center 



For Your Next Party Or Social Function 
Call 893-8110 



284 




HOMEROOM 340 



SUSAN HARTMAN 



SUSAN HINES 



BRIAN HARVEY 



ALISON HOLMAN 



DONNA HARVEY 



DEBORA HOPKINS 



JOAN HASSETT 



DAVID HORAN 



DAVID HAYES 



KENNETH HOUSTON 



RICHARD HAYES 



CHRISTINE HOWARD 



PATRICK HEALY 



GEORGE HOWARD 



TODDHIGGINS 



CLIFFORD HOWE 



DEBORA HILL 



BERNARD HUBER 



MICHAEL HILL 



DAVID HUBLER 



CHARLES HINCKLEY 



LILLIAN JEFFERS 



ANN HINES 



PAULJUTRAS 



285 



HOMEROOM 265 




DIANE PERKINS 
JUDEE PERKINS 
STEVEN PERKINS 
VIRGINIA PEROS 
KAREN PERPERAS 
DONALD PETERSEN 



KAREN PETERSON 
JOHN PETTERSON 
PETER PIANTEDOSI 
STEPHEN PIAZZA 
KAREN PERPINO 
KAREN QUAGLIOZZI 



PAULA PILON 
DONNA PINZONE 
JOSEPH PINZONE 
DAVID POLDOIAN 
JUDITH POTAS 



JAYNE POWERS 
MARILYN PRATT 
GLENN PRIEST 
MICHAEL PROVENCHER 
ROBERT PROVENCHER 



B. C. AMES 



Manufacturers of 



DIAL INDICATORS and DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

To 

The Class of 71 

From 

ROOM 189 



Compliments 
of 

ROOM 275 



286 



& 



uddo 






10S 



Commercial and Portrait Photographers 



[Photographers Since igoo 



353 Moody Street 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 

Tel. 894-4881 



287 



HOMEROOM 269 




MARK SEGALINI 
DONNA SEGIEN 
STEVEN SEGIEN 
JOAN SEIDMAN 
GARY SENARIAN 
MARK SHANNON 



JOHANN SHARPE 
JOSEPH SHAUGHNESSEY 
MICHAEL SHEA 
DEBORA SHERMAN 
JAQUEL SHINNICK 
DEBRA SHUMAN 



MARY SIMMONS 
BRIAN SKINNER 
CHARLES SMELLEDGE 
CAROL SMITH 
DAVID SMITH 
ELAINE SMITH 



SUSAN SMITH 
TIMOTHY SMITH 
BARBARA SQUIRES 



Eett Wishes 



ROOM 315 



Ee5t Wlik 



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ROOM 318 



*v 



"'*T 



ROBERT 

KRICHARD 

ol BOSTON 



i*/< 



ROBERT & RICHARD 
HAIR STYLISTS 

COIMIURS WITH A CONTININTAL LOOK 

COLO* COJtMlCTIOH WO*K 

KUCHIM • SILVER ILMTDIM • TIMHR6 

Walk In Service 

FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 



«»l MAIN ST. 
WAITHAM 



Ocm Till 10:00 P.M. Dally 
Tum. (Sit Till 6 "" 




893-9677 




288 



THE 

WALTHAM 

SAVINGS 

BANK 



YOUR SCHOOL SAVINGS HEADQUARTERS 



HOMEROOM 271 




KATHLEEN STAHL 
WILLIAM STANTON 
CAROL STEPP 
ALAN STOHL 
CAROL STONEY 
LAWRENCE SULLIVAN 



LINDA SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
LINDA SULLIVAN 
JEANNE SUMNER 
DAVID SUTER 



JEAN SWYERS 
GAIL TAVENER 
DEBORAH TAYLOR 
HELEN TAYLOR 
DONNA TESTA 
EDWIN THOMAS 



WILLIAM THOMAS 
GAIL THOMPSON 
JOAN TIBBETTS 
VIRGINIA TOCCI 
CAROL TOUSIGANT 
RICHARD TOWNE 



LAUREL SUMNER 



289 



BEST WISHES - ROOM 144 



PETER FLYNN 
BARBARA FOLEY 
KEVIN FOLEY 
WILLIAM FOLEY 
RONALD FORTE 
ANN FOTI 
LINDA FOTI 



KATHLEEN FOX 
BARBARA FRANKS 
ROBERT FRENCH 
JAMES FRENETT 

PAUL FUOCO 

GARY GAGNON 

ROBERT GALLAGHER 



HEIDI GALLO 
ROBERT GALVIN 
MARY GARBER 
KURT GARDINER 

ELLEN GARDNER 

DEBRA GAUDET 

DIANE GAUDET 



ELAINE GAUDET 
ROBERT GAUDET 
JOANNE GAUTREAU 
PAULfTTE GAUVIN 

RICHARD GIBBONS 

DIANA GIUSTI 



HOMEROOM 272 




JOSEPH TRANCHITA 
JOANNE TRAVALINE 
LYN TROMBLEY 
KEITH TROTT 
ELEANOR TULIMIERI 
ROBIN TURCOTTE 



MAURA TUSHIN 
JEAN TWOOMEY 
CAROL UMBRELLO 
KENNETH VAIL 
FREDERICK VAUTOUR 
STEPHEN VENUTI 



DEBORA VERHILLE 
LORRAINE VIGUE 
NANCY VINCI 
FRANK VIOLA 
ALDO VOCI 
STEPHEN VONDOHLEN 



DAVID WALSH 
DAVID WALSH 
JAYNE WALSH 
LYNN WALSH 
RICHARD WALSH 
GARY WARE 



C. R. SWANEY 
CO., INC. 

196 Bear Hill Road 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1971 



MULLANEY'S PHARMACY 

JOHN J. MULLANEY JR., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-3797 



Compliments 
of 

BANNER GLASS CORP. 

805 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



290 



Homeroom 161 

PATRICK KELLEY LORINDA LAPORTE 
JOHN KOKIDKO STEPHEN LARONDE 
KURT KOSKINEN SUSAN LAROSA 
FREDERICK KRAMPITS CLINTON LARRABEE 
JUDITH KRATOVILLE RALPH LARRABEE 
ROLAND KUPRISS DANA LASHWAY 
DIANNE LACROSSE BRUCE LAWLER 
KATHALEEN LALLY ALBERT LAWTON 
FRANK LAMATTINA KATHLEEN LEACH 
LINDA LAMBERT CAMILLA LEBLANC 
DONALD LAMONT CATHERINE LEBLANC 
ANNE LANDRY DIANE LEBLANC 
GEORGE LANDRY DONALD LEBLANC 
JOHN LANDRY DOUGLAS LEBLANC 
ELAINE LANG 


Auto Mechanics Dept. 
Vocational High 

WAYNE BROOKS 
MICHAEL COTONI 
DANIEL HURLEY 
MICHAEL LICATO 
MICHAEL McGOVERN 
PETER MOGAN 
HENRY PILLA 
STEPHEN RICCI 


^4^^ 


Homeroom 154 

GERALD LEBLANC PAUL LEONARD 
GERALD LEBLANC CHRISTINE LEWIS 
JOSEPH LEBLANC ANN LILLIS 
LINDA LEBLANC JAYNE LINCOLN 
ROY LEBLANC ROSE LINIHAN 
THELMA LEBLANC JOHN LINK 
VINCENT LEBLANC JANIS LINSTROM 
VIRGINIA LEBLANC KATHY LITURI 
NICHOLAS LEEBER SUSAN LIVERMORE 
DONNA LEGER KATHLEEN LOGAN 
JOHN LEGER RICHARD LOGAN 
MICHAEL LEGER CONSTANCE LOMBARDO 
ROBIN LELIEVRE JANICE LONG 
NANCY LENZA DONNA LOPEZ 
RICHARD LENZA 


OF BOSTON-WALTHAM 

Totton Pond Road at Rte. 128 

(Winter Street Exit 48 and 48E) 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

Telephone: 617-899-3000 

Restaurant Lounge 

Swimming Pool Function Rooms 


Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
860 Lexington Street 

Children's and Women's Clothing 
OPEN DAILY 9-9 TW 3-3414 



291 



Compliments of 



WALTHAM SCREW MACHINE 



77 Rumford Ave., Waltham 



CUSTOM SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 



Established 1893 



HOMEROOM 140 




LUANA BERARDINUCCI 
JANICE DONATO 
MAUREEN DONLAN 
JAMES DONNELLY 
JOHN DOUCET 



SYLVIA DOUCET 
DAVID DOUCETTE 
DAVID DOUGLAS 
KATHLEEN DOWCETT 
STEPHEN DOWMAN 



Congratulations Seniors 

CHARLESBAND DELI 

580 South Street 



Compliments of 

QUEEN CLEANERS 

266 Moody St. -Waltham 



ELLEN DOWXETT 
DIANE DUBIE 
DONNA DUBIE 
JEANNE DUBIE 
DAVID DUDDY 



RONALD DUDDY 
DEBRA DUNHAM 
DAVID DURNO 
KATHLEEN DWYER 
MARILYN EAGAN 



LEW'S 
FASHION SHOPPE 



'For Dresses-It's Lew's" 



377 Moody St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



TW 4-2066 



292 



O TOOLE THE FLORIST, INC 



719 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



893-2961 



Flowers for All Occasions 



HOMEROOM 169 



JOHN MALONEY 
ROBERT MANKO 
EDWARD MANN 
JEANNE MANNING 
DONNA MANNION 
GAYLE MARA 
ROBERT MARANIAN 
STEVEN MARCHAND 
PAMELA MARCHESE 
ALBERT MARQUS 



JANE MARSTON 
JOHN MARTIN 
MICHAEL MASTERSON 
KAREN MATHESON 
STEPHEN MAYO 
MICHAEL MAZZARINI 
JO ANNE MAZZEO 
PETER MAZZONE 
KATHLEEN McCARTHY 

kevin McCarthy 



JANET McCAULEY 
PAULA McCUE 
REBECCA McCULLOUGH 
THOMAS McCULLOUGH 
JOHN McCUSKER 

david McDonnell 

CHARLES McGRATH 
DONNA McGUIGAN 
CHRISTINE McHUGH 
BARBARA McLAUGHLIN 



Compliments of 



GUTHRIE LUMBER COMPANY 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1 971 



BILL MITCHELL'S 



WEST END CHEVROLET 



1 1 South St. 



Waltham 



894-9000 



293 



Compliments 
of 



NIMS CATERING 

AND 

HILLCREST FUNCTION ROOM 

BANQUETS, BUFFET, OR PROMS 



LEAVE THE 



C&& 1 



TO US 



CALL NIMS CATERERS 

aDelicioui ivleaii Served ~J~or KJver 22 Vleari 



WEDDINGS-BANQUETS-RECEPTIONS-SHOWERS 

SPECIAL OCCASIONS-DINNERS-SMORGASBORDS-BUFFETS 

PARTY PLATTERS-HORS D'OEUVRES 



Call for Information & Menus 
1-894-2282-1-894-2646 

20 FOX ROAD WALTHAM 



294 



MAIN 

STREET 

AUTO SALES 

& 

SERVICE, INC. 



1036 MAIN STREET 
893-9724 



1040 MAIN STREET 
893-2260 



WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 



295 



HOMEROOM 176 



THEODORE RICKETTS 
THOMAS RIGGS 
GARY RIGOLI 
JAMES RIGOLI 
JEAN RIGOLI 
MICHAEL RIGOLI 
PAUL RIZZO 



CYNTHIA ROBERTS 
JACQUES ROBINSON 
PATRICK ROCHE 
DIANE RODES 
ENITH ROE 
ERNEST ROGERS 
JOSEPH ROGERS 



PAMELA ROGERS 
SUSAN ROGERS 
WILLIAM ROGGE 
JOAN ROONEY 
NANCY ROSOLKO 
KAREN ROSS 
DIANE RYAN 



MICHAEL RYAN 
ROBERT RYAN 
JOAN RYNN 
ROBERT SABETTI 
SUSAN SALAMONE 
JOAN SALTZBERG 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
SCHOOL BUS 



Best of Luck to the Class of 71 

SAL'S 

PIZZA SUBS FRIED SEAFOOD 

Corner of Newton and Main 
893-8993 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 Main Street 



296 



Good Luck from 

THE 

CHATEAU 

RESTAURANT 

195 School St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



ITALIAN-AMERICAN DINNERS 

PIZZA 



Compliments 
of 

BRANDEIS 
UNIVERSITY 



297 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
FEDERAL SAVINGS 

& 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 



298 



Compliments of 



MIDDLESEX FAMILY 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



20 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



HOMEROOM 178 



PATRICK SALVO 
PETER SALVUCCI 
MARY SAMPSON 
LORETTA SAMSON 
CHERYL SANTAANGELO 
GAIL SANTAMARIA 
LARRY SANTOLUCITO 



MICHAEL SARAN 
DONALD SAULNIER 
NANCY SAWTELLE 
WILLIAM SCAFIDI 
KEVIN SCARLETT 
STEPHEN SCHAUFUS 
JANET SCHIFE 



GARY SCHOENER 
ELEANOR SEGAL 
DIANNE SEGIEN 
MARK SEGIEN 
JOHN SELIG 
THERESA SHARPE 
GARRETT SWEDER 



MICHAEL SHEA 
ROBERT SHEA 
JONATHON SHLAGER 
NANCY SHORT 
LAUREL SIMPSON 
DONALD SITES 
BRIAN SHAUGHNESSY 



SULLIVAN AUTOMOTIVE 
SERVICE CORP. 



1017 Main St. 



Waltham, Mass. 



TW 3-7336 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Class of 71 

ROOM 361 



299 



A TAGGART 




DRIVING SCHOOL 

A MODERN SCHOOL WITH DUAL STEERING 




"SPECIAL CARE FOR THE NERVOUS & ELDERLY" 

m 894-4570 « 244-7850 

WALTHAM NEWTON 

AND ALL OTHER SURROUNDING TOWNS 



* Free Door To Door Service 

* Complete Teenage Driver Education Courses 
Good For Insurance Reductions Ages 16-25 

* Patient & Understanding Instructors 

* Written Cr Road Test Service 

* Air Conditioned Cars 



mmm 



mmmm 



mmm 




300 



DIAMONDS 



WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 

TW 9-2220 



Diamonds — Watches — Giftware 



High School Rings and Jewelry 
Repairs and Engraving 



TWinbrook 3-1345 
Blgelow 4-2489 



Notary Public 



john p. McQueen insurance agency, inc. 



Insurance of Every Description 
and Bonds 



828 Moody St. 



Waltham 54, Mass. 



HOMEROOM 362 



DEBRA MARCANTONIO 
JANE MARCHAND 
KENNETH MARCOU 
ANN MARTIN 
GORDON MARTIN 
VIRGINIA MARTIN 
LOUIS MASON 
SUSAN MASON 



LYN MAZZARINI 
DONNA McCALL 
MICHAEL McCALL 

jacqueline mccarthy 
joanne McCarthy 
john McCarthy 
karen McCarthy 
kathy McCarthy 



DANIEL McCLUSKEY 

doreen Mcdonald 
elizabeth mcdonald 
george Mcdonald 
robert Mcdonald 

JOHN McGANN 
ROBERT McGANN 
JAMES McGINTY 



GERALD McGOVERN 
JUDITH McGOVERN 
KEVIN McGOVERN 
MARJORIE McKENNA 
JANE McNAMARA 
MATTHEW McNAMARA 
FRANCIS MELANSON 
SUSAN McGAIN 



301 



Homeroom 372 



JOSEPH SENNETT 
PETER SMERLAS 
DAVID SMITH 
LINDA SMITH 
MARK SMITH 
MICHAEL SMITH 
PAUL SMITH 
WILLIAM SMITH 
NANCY SOTTILE 
JOHN STAHL 
BRIAN STANTON 
MICHAEL STANTON 
SUSAN STARK 
EUGENE STEELE 
DAVID STEVENS 
PETER SMITH 



JANICE STIVALA 
ERIC STOCKI 
JOAN STOHL 
JEAN STONEY 
KAREN STRATTON 
PETER STRECK 
ROBERT STROM 
JAY STURM 
CATHERINE SULLIVAN 
JAMES SULLIVAN 
KATHLEEN SULLIVAN 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
PAULA SULLIVAN 
CHARLES SUMNER 
CHESTER SUTHERLAND 
SUSAN SWARTZ 



MOODY STATIONERY CO. 



368 Moody Street 



Woltham 



OFFICE INTERIORS 



Specializing in the Finest of 
Prepared Sea Food Specialties 

RITCEY'S SEA FOODS 

560 Moody Street Waltham, Mass. 

TWinbrook 3-9342 

ERNEST RITCEY HARRY RITCEY 

KEVIN RITCEY 

COLONIAL YARN STORE 

1021 School Street Waltham, Mass. 

"The Friendly Mill Store 

Around the Corner At Lexington Street" 

• FINEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES • 

WOOL-ORLON-MOHAIR-COTTON-NYLON 

Phone 893-7722 

WEST END HARDWARE CO. 

901 Main St. 
TW 3-0296 



Compliments 
of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 

653 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

SWIM 'N SKI SHOPPE 

at 
BAILEY KELLOGG CORPORATION 

1875 Main Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

893-3674 



(ADedt lAJidhed 



To 



THE CLASS OF '71 



From 



KING INSTRUMENT 
CORPORATION 



11 Fox Rd., Waltham 



TW 9-5110 



302 




& CO., INC. 



1 SPRUCE ST., WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



"Great men are they 
who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 

material force; that 
thoughts rule the world". 



Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Progress of Culture, 
Phi Beta Kappa Address 



^mmt 



SERVING INDUSTRY WITH FINE JEWELS SINCE '913 



303 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 
a Happy Future to the Members of the 



Class of 1971 



LEO 
GALLITANO 



HOMEROOM 366 




WILLIAM LORD 
LINDA PAGLIAZZO 
EVA PAGNANI 
JOHN PALMER 
CYNTHIA PALMIOTTO 
DAVID PANJIAN 
LORRAINE PARK 
MARY PASCISCIA 



DEBRA PATANO 
VIRGINIA PAYNE 
MARJORIE PEARLMAN 
ROBERT PEDERSEN 
SUSAN PEIRCE 
JEANNINE PELLETIER 
LINDA PELLETIER 
ROBERT PELTIER 



SCOTT PENNEY 
LINDA PENZONE 
JOHN PERNA 
BARBARA PERRON 
DANIEL PERRUZZI 
DOROTHY PERSUITTE 
MICHAEL PETRICONE 
GLORIA PETRIE 



MARK PHILLIPS 
JOHN PINZONE 
NANCY PLACE 
BARBARA POIRIER 
DONALD POIRIER 
JOHN POISSON 
ALAN PORRECA 



304 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM 
ENGRAVERS, INC. 



230 Calvary St. 
TW 4-4149 



ADCOLE 



CORPORATION 



330 Bean Hill Road 



Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

HOME HEATING ENGINEERING CO., INC. 

188 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

894-1647 



MACHINE DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 



GERALD ARSENAULT 



MICHAEL CARUSO 



FRANCIS FRECHETTE 



MICHAEL GLEDHILL 



DAVID HACHE 



RICHARD RANDOLPH 



ROGER MAILLET IVAN ROBICHAUD 



PETER MANDILE ROMEO ROBICHAUD 



ROGER STONEHOUSE 



JOSEPH TARANTO 



CHU YUNG 



305 



Compliments 
of 



V. OLIVO & SONS, 

Inc. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



107 Central St. 



WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BITUMINOUS CONCRETE ROADS 



DRIVEWAYS & SIDEWALKS 



306 



ELECTRONICS DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 



MICHARLCANNISTRARO 



TERRENCEARSENAULT 



JAY BAILEY 



THOMAS BELLIVEAU 



RICHARD CHURCH 



TERRANCE HANLON 



ROBERT HORRIGAN 



ROBERT LEBLANC 



DOUGLAS MacNEIL 



EDWARD MATHESON 



WARREN MOGAN 



GERARD PELLETIER 



PAULSHAUGHNESSY 



THE NEWS -TRIBUNE 



PAPA GINO'S 



PIECE O' PIZZA 



897 Main Street 



Waltham, Mass. 



893-9047 



TWinbrook 4-1900 




P. E. BURKE 

MOVING & STORAGE CORP. 



P. E. BURKE 



1 13 Crescent Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



307 



Compliments 

of 

R. S. WILDER, INC. 



FRANK STEVENS 



HEALTH AIDS, BEAUTY SUPPLIES 



COSMETICS WIGS 



318 Moody Street 



HOMEROOM 142 



Wolthom 



■* '.: ,.*£■& 



MICHAEL EASTMAN 
GEORGE ECONOMO 
NANCY EDGAR 
MARGARET EDMUNDS 
CHARLES EHWA 
JOHN EHWA 



DONALD EISAN 
CAROL ELANDER 
AUDETT ELFAR 
RICHARD ELLIS 
BELIND EMERSON 
ROBERT EMMETTS 



DENISE ENIK 
LUCY ERBA 
ANNE ERICKSON 
RANDALL ERICKSON 
FRANK EVERETT 
JAMES FAHEY 



ROOM 363 



MARLINA FALONE 
LINDA FAMOSE 
ELAINE FARRELL 
CHARLES FAULSTICH 
CIRO FEI 
LOISFERRO 







KENNETH FERRY 
FREDERICK FERSON 
KENNETH FESTOG 
SUSAN FIELDING 
MARY FURDON 



Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1971 

TONY'S VILLA 

Waltham, Mass. 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

200 High St. 
893-9527 

Submarines 



308 



HOMEROOM 171 


JUDITH MESSINA 


KATHLEEN McLAUGHLIN 


PATRICIA MILIOTO 


SUSAN McMANUS 


CHARLES MILLIAN 


NORAMcMENIMEN 


BARBARA MILLS 


MARYMcNULTY 


RICHARD MILTON 


MARTHA MEADE 


JAMES MITCHELL 


MARY MEDAGLIA 


ANNEMARIEMORAN 


GARYMEDEIROS 


JOYCE MORGAN 


MARTHA MEEHAN 


DAVID MOSMAN 


ADELINE MEGA 


DEBORAH MUISE 


CHERYL MENARD 


DIANE MUISE 


DIANE MERCURIO 


DEBORAH MULA 


ELENA MERCURIO 


LORETTA MURPHY 


CAROL MERRITTS 


LYNNE MERRILL 


JANET MERRULLO 


ROBERT KENNEDY 




PRESCRIPTION OPTICIAN 






Best Wishes 


919 Main St. 




Waltham 54, Mass. 


to the 


TWinbrook 3-7356 


Class of 71 




Compliments of 




WAL-LEX BOOTERY 




856 Lexington St. 


• 


Waltham, Mass. 




893-3017 


From the 


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WALTHAM 


c?^ ^ ^ I3IH 


SUPER MARKET 


(^^?<te*&&a^ 75%*tJcx>- UUI 


FLORIST 




Telephone 225-229 High Street 


836 Main Street 


TWinbrook 4-6161 Waltham 54, Mass. 





309 



Best Wishes 


to 




The Class of 


'71 


PARTY 


NOOK 


9 Moody Street 


899-8840 


HOMEROOM 121 


BRENDACHICCO 


JUDITH CONNORS 


DEBORRACHICCO 


LESLEY CONNORS 


DIANE CHRISTOPHER 


JANE COOPER 


CHERYL CLARK 


DAVID CORACCIO 


MADALYN CLARK 


KATHLEEN CORCORAN 


THOMAS CLARK 


MAURA CORCORAN 


DEBRA CLARKE 


NANCY CORCORAN 


MARIAN CLOHERTY 


ROBERT CORCORAN 


RICHARD CLOONAN 


DEBORAH CORMIER 


FRANK COLLURA 


DONALD CORMIER 


EILEEN COMEAU 


GAIL CORMIER 


LINDA CONNOLLY 


IRENE CORMIER 


JOSEPH CONNORS 




CARPENTRY DEPT. - VOCATIONAL HIGH 


• 




JOHN BAILLIO 


ROBERT DESROSIERS 


•PAUL BEARISTO 


RAYMOND LE BLANC 


DAVID CAVICCHI 


JOHNMULLER 


MICHAEL CONNERNEY 


PAUL TARANTO 



310 



HOMEROOM 172 




THOMAS MULDOON 
CHARLES MULLANEY 
CHESTER MULLEN 
KEVIN MULVANEY 
BRIAN MURPHY 
JANICE MURRAY 



LYNDA MYSHRALL 
KENNETH NADEAU 
JOHN NAPOLI 
MAUREEN NARDONE 
DENNIS NAUGHTON 
PAUL NAUGHTON 
CHARLES NESTOR 
WILLIAM NETT 



CAROL NEVARD 
DELORES NIGRO 
PETER NOBLE 
ROBERT NOKE 
JEAN NOLAN 
KATHLEEN NORTON 
GUY NOVELLO 
ROBERT OBIEN 



CHARLOTTE O'CONNELL 
RICHARD O'DEA 
JOSEPH O'KEEFE 
JOANNE OLSEN 
ROBERT O'MARA 
KAREN OMOBONO 
JOANNE O'REILLY 



MacNEIL ENGINEERING 
COMPANY, INC 



CHAMP GOLF PRODUCTS 



TWinbrook 3-5100 



225 RIVERVIEW AVENUE 



WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



311 



HOMEROOM 


022 


GARY ANDERSON 


GARYLABRANCHE 


DONALD BARDSLEY 


WAYNE LORRETTE 


MARCEL BOUDREAU 


GERARD MAILLET 


PETER BOUDREAU 


paul McCarthy 


KEVIN BRASCO 


RICHARD MUISE 


MICHAEL CONNORS 


RAYMOND NICHOLS 


ALAN COOK 


KENNETH O'BRIEN 


NEAL CORMIER 


RICHARD RACICOT 


JON CORRIVEAU 


RONALD SHAW 


JONN DICK 


ROBERT STURTEVANT 


ROBERT DOIRON 


LAWRENCE SULLIVAN 


HOMEROOM 


354 


STEVEN LA FORCE 




JAMES LENNON 


RAYMOND LE BLANC 




EDWARD LENZA 


ROGER LE BLANC 




JUDITH LENZA 


RONALD LE BLANC 




JANICE LEOMBRUNO 


SANDRA LE BLANC 




ROSEMARY LEPICEK 


STELLA LE BLANC 




BARBARA LIUZZO 


JANICE LE FORT 




JOSEPH LIVOLI 


BRENDA LEGER 




KEVIN LOCKE 


RONALD LEGERE 




DIANE LORD 


EDITH LEIGHTON 




ERICNYREN 


LUCI LEMENT 







312 



HOMEROOM 319 



STEPHEN CONRAN 
JAMES COOPER 
DONALD COPSON 
MARK CORBET 
JANECORBETT 
WILLIAM CORCORAN 
EARL COREY 
DEBRA CORMIER 
JOANNE CORMIER 
NORMA CORMIER 
PAUL CORMIER 
RICHARD CORMIER 
RONALD CORMIER 
ARLENECORREIA 
SALLY CORRIGAN 
KATHLEEN COSGROVE 



MARGARET COSGROVE 
DENISECOTE 
JOHN COTONI 
SUSAN COUGHLIN 
ELIZABETH CRANE 
LESLIE CRANE 
ROSEMARY CREEDEN 
WILLIAM CREONTE 
BRADFORD CREWE 
JOHN CRONIN 
NANCY CROSSMAN 
ELLEN CROWE 
WILLIAM CULLEN 
MARKCURRIE 
JANET CUTLER 



RICHARDSON ELECTRIC 

CO., INC. 



Contractors — Engineers 



16 Cooper Street 

Waltham, Mass. 

TW 4-4403 



313 



The future 



arrives sooner 
at Raytheon. 



When you work at the forefront of technology, you work on "tomorrow" every day. 

That's whatwe do at Raytheon. With amazing results. For example, Radarange'^ 
microwave ovens for the home. A miniature furnace the size of a two-pound 
coffee can. Motionless radars that "see" everywhere at once. 

Our facilities stretch around the world. And our activities extend from space 
exploration to pollution control. 

Raytheon. The company that makes things happen. r RAYTHEON 





Congratulations to the class of 1971. 

Raytheon Company, 

Microwave and Power Tube Division, 

Employment Office, 

190 Willow Street, Waltham 



HOMEROOM 365 




PATRICIA MULLEN 
KIMMUNROE 
ANN MARIE MURGO 
ALFRED MURPHY 
SUSAN MURPHY 
THOMAS MURPHY 



JAMES MURRAY 
NANCY MURRAY 
STEPHEN NAJARIAN 
HILARY NICHOLSON 
JULIA "NIX" 
KATHY NOKE 



THERESA NOLAN 
THOMAS NOONAN 
STEPHEN NORTON 
JOSEPH O'BRIEN 
PAUL O'BRIEN 
KAREN O'CONNELL 



MARY O'CONNELL 
BARBARA O'DONNELL 
BRIAN O'HALLORAN 
JANE OHNEMUS 
STEPHEN OLBRYS 
ELIZABETH O'MARA 



SUZANNE O'REILLY 
SARA ORIFICE 
JOSEPH ORMOND 
PAUL OSGANIAN 
NANCY OWENS 



TWinbrook 4-5372 25 Years Experience 

GORDON 

BILLIARD SUPPLY CO. 

SALES & SERVICE 

Expert Repairing on all Billiard Tables 

Authorized Brunswick Dealer 

8 Hammond Street 

Waltham 

Gordon Myers 



LOU'S HAIRSTYLING FOR MEN 



(Charlesbank Shopping Center) 



HOBBIES BICYCLES 

SPORTING GOODS 



THE PLAY PEN, INC 



BABY CARRIAGES 
JUVENILE FURNITURE 



864 Lexington Street 



Waltham 



315 



ARTISAN 
INDUSTRIES INC. 

73 Pond Street 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 

• 

Affiliates of: 

ARTISAN INDUSTRIES, INC. 

HI-SPEED EQUIPMENT, INC. 

THE JET-VAC CORPORATION 

METAL FABRICATORS CORP. 

KONTRO COMPANY, INC. 


THOMAS A. JOYCE & CO. 

135 Moody St. 894-2815 
Waltham, Mass. 02154 


METROPOLITAN PHARMACY 

1090 Lexington St. Waltham, Mass. 
Leonard Dubin B.S., Reg. Pharm. 

894-0400 


ol 


BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS! 


IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 

• 

232 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


Tel. TW 3-0654 f(£j\\ 

BENNET R. O'NEIL ^^ftig? 

GUILD OPTICIAN 

742 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 
Opposite Public Library 


FLYNN & FLYNN 


TOM LYONS 

Firestone Tire Headquarters 
210 Lexington St. 

TW 4-4900 

Budget Terms 


HOMEROOM 
188 


Compliments 
of 

ANTON'S CLEANERS 



316 



HOMEROOM 321 




DAVID DENARO 
DIANE DENTY 
RICHARD DEPANPHLIS 
PAUL DePASS 
SUSAN De PROFIO 
SUSAN DESCHENEAUX 



DAVID DEVLIN 
GORDON DEVOE 
BETSY DEVRIES 
CATHLEEN DiBONA 
NANCY DIETRICH 
KENNETH DiMAGGIO 
WAYNE DiMATTEO 



ELIZABETH DION 
SANDRA DION 
STEPHEN DOE 
KAREN DOHERTY 
MARTHA DOHERTY 
MARY DOLLARD 
JOHN DONAHUE 



ANN M. DONOVAN 
PAUL DONOVAN 
CYRIL DOUCET 
VICTOR DOUCET 
ANDREA DOUCETTE 
BETSY DOUCETTE 
LAUREL DOUCETTE 



RICHARD DOUTHART 
JANICE DRUWING 
DAVID FOGG 
JOANNE FORKIN 
DEBORA FORSYTH 
LINDA FOSTER 



HARVEY 

INDUSTRIES, 

INC. 



Manufacturers and Distributors 



of Aluminum Building Products 



Compliments 
of 



RINEHART 
FINANCIAL 
HANDWRITING 
SYSTEM 



764 Main Street 
Waltham 
893-6078 



317 



Compliments 

of 

the 



NATIONAL HONOR 

SOCIETY 



318 



Compliments 
of 



HOMEROOM 221 



MARIA DiCARLO 



JOHN DIDEO 



ALAIN DOUCET 



JOSEPH H. DOUCETTE 



JOHN DiLEONE 


PAUL DOUGLAS 


PAUL DiLUCA 


DAVID DREW 


MICHAEL DiNAUTA 


DAVID DRINON 


STANLEY DINOFF 


TIMOTHY DRISCOLL 


KAREN DION 


ALBERT DUBE 


KATHLEEN DOHERTY 


DENISEDUBIE 


DIANE DOMURAT 


ELINOR DUBOIS 


JOYCE DONAHUE 


PAULA DUFFY 


STEPHEN DONNELLY 


DOUGLAS DUFRESNE 



319 



ROOM 
317 


ROOM 
348 


ROOM 
161 


ROOM 
363 


WALTHAM 

PLAZA 

SHOP 


CARLSON 

MACHINE 

WORKS 


Please Patronize 
our 

Advertisers H 



320 



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411 A It I IMS A Mi 

APARTMENTS 
WALTHAM 



Louis J. Antico — Anthony J. Antico 



321 



THE 

WALTHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

BOOSTER'S CLUB 



To Promote and Encourage Athletic Activities at 

Waltham High School" 



Congra tula tions 
Class of 1971 



Extends a cordial invitation to all to join with the 
BOOSTERS in encouraging and rewarding scholar- 
athletics at Waltham High School. 



P.O. Box 461, Waltham, Mass. 



322 




HOMEROOM 217 

BRADLEY CHILDS RICHARD COLEMAN 



BARBARA CHRISTIE 
MARGARET CHRISTOPHER 
CAROL CIANCI 
CONNIE CIMINO 
DIANE CINCOTTA 
STEPHEN CINCOTTA 
ELIZABETH CLARK 
JAMES CLARKE 
GAIL COBB 
KENNETH COBB 



PAULINE COLLINS 



ROBERT COLTEN 



MARY CONNAUGHTON 



LOIS CONRAD 



THEODORE CONSOLI 



WAYNE COOK 



PAUL COONEY 



PETER CORCORAN 



DENISE CORMIER 



MICHAEL CURTIN 



323 



AUTOGRAPHS 



324 




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